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HomeHealthHardcore self help book:Do away with anxiety

Hardcore self help book:Do away with anxiety


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Once you’ve leveled up your bed game with a weighted blanket, cuddle up under it to read this self-help book full of tips on how to chill out your anxious brain.

Unless you studied psychology in college, we’re willing to bet you probably didn’t learn about mental health in school. Many families are hush-hush about emotional stuff, too. So when it comes to navigating mental wellness, we’re often left to teach ourselves by reading articles, chatting with others, or going to therapy.If we had proper mental health education from a young age, maybe — just maybe — we could spare ourselves a lot of heartache, trauma, and mistakes throughout our life.We’d love to know: What’s something about mental health you wish you would have learned sooner? And, only if you feel comfortable answering, where or how did you learn this lesson? Share your thoughts with us at wellnesswire@healthline.com.

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