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The Ultimate Guide to Understanding
& Eliminating Anxiety Forever

Fast and Natural Recovery

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1. Anxiety is this a physical or mental illness?
In short, no, anxiety disorder is neither a physical nor mental illness!
The word disorder suggests illness, but I can assure you that you are
not ill.
Anxiety is a behavioral condition regardless of how it makes you feel.
Anxiety is a natural response to fear and, like other bodily systems that
can falter, causing things like indigestion, palpitations or sensitive eyes
for example, the anxiety response can become disrupted too.
But, this isn't mental or physical illness... it's a temporary disruption
which can be 'reset' very quickly indeed.
Anxiety disorder is the condition caused when stress, or constant
anxiety provoking situations, cause the mind to become reset at a
'higher than normal' benchmark anxiety level.
Anxiety disorder is most noticeable by the vast range of unpleasant
sensations and thoughts it creates.
Creation of an anxiety disorder can happen quickly and is usually the
result of a stressful event such as work stress, bereavement, divorce or
other anxiety-provoking situations.
Anxiety disorders can also form more gradually over weeks, months or
even years.
When anxiety levels become raised due to such stressors, the mind
makes a decision to 're-set' at this new level of anxiety; when this
happens, an anxiety disorder is formed.

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Anxiety causes a wide range of both physical and psychological
symptoms, all directly caused by the anxiety reaction, all harmless, BUT
all causing the suffer to feel unwell, at risk and frightened!
These symptoms are the sensations of the emotion of FEAR... BUT, they
are NOT true fear!

2. What are the symptoms?
There are over 100 symptoms of anxiety.
Because each person has a unique chemical make up, the type,
number, intensity, and frequency of anxiety symptoms will vary from
person to person. For example, one person may have just one mild
anxiety symptom, whereas another may have all anxiety symptoms and
to great severity. All combinations are common.

Common anxiety symptoms include:
Body (anxiety symptoms commonly associated with the body in
general):
Allergy problems, increase in allergies (number, sensitivity, reactions,
lengthier reactions)
Back pain, stiffness, tension, pressure, soreness, spasms, immobility in
the back or back muscles
Blanching (looking pale, loss of color in the face or skin)

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Blushing, turning red, flushed face, flushed skin, blushing, red face or
skin
Body aches, parts of or your entire body feels sore and achy, feels like
your body and muscles are bruised
Body jolts
Body zaps
Body shakes
Body tremors
Body temperature increase or decrease, change in body temperature
Burning skin, itchy, “crawly,” prickly or other skin sensations, skin
sensitivity, numbness on the skin
Burning skin sensation on the face, neck, ears, scalp, or shoulders
Buzzing sensation in the feet, toes, hands, fingers, arms, legs
Chest pain, chest tightness
Choking
Chronic Fatigue, exhaustion, super tired, worn out
Clumsiness, feeling clumsy, co-ordination problems with the limbs or
body
Cold chills, feeling cold
Craving sugar, sweets, chocolate, usual craving for sugar and sweets

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Difficulty speaking, moving mouth, talking, co-ordination problems with
the mouth or tongue
Dizziness, feeling lightheaded
Dizzy, feeling dizzy
Electric shock feeling, body zaps
Excess of energy, you feel you can’t relax
Falling sensation, feel like your are falling or dropping even though you
aren't
Feel like you are going to pass out or faint
Feeling cold or chilled
Feel wrong, different, foreign, odd, or strange
Flu-like symptoms, general malaise, feel ill, like you are coming down
with a flu
Flushed face, red face, flushed skin
Frequent urination
Hair loss, hair is thinning, or clumps of hair are falling out
Head Zaps
Heart palpitations, racing heart
Hyperactivity, excess energy, nervous energy
Increased or decreased sex drive

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Infection - increased infections, persistent infection
Mouth or throat clicking or grating sound/noise when you move your
mouth or jaw, such as when talking
Muscles that vibrate, jitter, tremor, or shake when used
Muscle twitching
Nausea
Nausea vomiting
Neck, back, shoulder pain, tightness/stiffness
Night sweats, waking up in a sweat, profusely sweating at night
No energy, feeling lethargic, tired
Numbness
Numbness tingling, numbness and tingling
Numbness and tingling, and other skin sensations on hands, feet, face,
head, or any other places on the body
Persistent muscle tension, stiffness
Pounding heart, heart feels like it is beating too hard
Pulsing or throbbing muscles. Pulsing or throbbing sensation.
Red skin, skin looks like or is turning red
Rib or rib cage tightness, pressure, or feeling like a tight band around
the rib cage

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Sexual Dysfunction, sexual uninterest
Shooting pains, stabbing pains, and odd pressures in the neck, head, or
face
Shooting pains in the face
Shooting pains in the scalp or head
Skipped heart beats
Sore or tight scalp or back of the neck
Startle easily
Sweating, uncontrollable profuse sweating
The floor feels like it is moving either down or up for no reason
Tightness in the ribs or rib cage area, may also feel like a tight band
around the ribs or rib cage area.
Tingling sensations, anywhere on the body, including the hands, feet,
legs, arms, head, mouth, chest, groin area
Throat or mouth clicking or grating sound/noise when you move your
mouth or jaw, such as when talking
TMJ
Trembling, shaking, tremors
Twitching
Unsteadiness, dizziness, feeling dizzy or lightheaded

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Urgency to urinate, frequent urination, sudden urge to go to the
washroom (similar to urinary tract or prostate infection symptoms)
Warm spells
Weak - feel weak, weakness, low energy, light, soft, like you may faint
Weak legs, arms, or muscles
Weight loss, weight gain
Chest (anxiety symptoms commonly associated with the chest area):
Chest tremors, trembling in the chest, chest feels like it is vibrating
Chest pain or discomfort
Concern about the heart
Feel like you have to force yourself to breath
Find it hard to breath, feeling smothered, shortness of breath
Frequent yawning to try and catch your breath
Heart Palpitations – beating hard or too fast, rapid heartbeat
Heart - Irregular heart rhythms, flutters or ‘skipped’ beats, tickle in the
chest that makes you cough
Pounding heart, heart feels like it is beating too hard
Rib or rib cage tightness, pressure, or feeling like a tight band around
the rib cage

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Emotions (see mood) (anxiety symptoms commonly associated with
emotions, mood, and feelings)

Fears (anxiety symptoms commonly associated with fear):
A heightened fear of what people think of you
Afraid of being trapped in a place with no exits
Constant feeling of being overwhelmed.
Fear of being in public
Fear of dying
Fear of losing control
Fear of impending doom
Fear of making mistakes or making a fool of yourself to others
Fear of passing out
Fear that you are losing your mind
Fears about irrational things, objects, circumstances, or situations
Fears of going crazy, of dying, of impending doom, of normal things,
unusual feelings and emotions, unusually frightening thoughts or
feelings
Heightened self awareness, or self-consciousness
Need to find nearest washrooms before you can feel comfortable

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Need to seat near exits

Head (anxiety symptoms commonly associated with the head):
Brain fog
Burning, itchy, tight scalp
Dizziness
Dizzy
Dizziness or light-headedness
Frequent headaches, migraine headaches
Feeling like there is a tight band around your head, pressure, tightness
Hair loss, hair is thinning, or clumps of hair are falling out
Head, neck or shoulder pain, tightness/stiffness
Head zaps, head tremors
Giddiness
Numbness
Numbness tingling, numbness and tingling
Shooting pains, stabbing pains, and odd pressures in the neck, head, or
face
Shooting pains in the face

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Shooting pains in the scalp or head
When you close your eyes you feel like are beginning to, or will, float
upwards
Sore jaw that feels like a tooth ache
TMJ (Temporo-Mandibular Joint) - clenching of the jaw or grinding of
the teeth

Hearing/Ear(s) (anxiety symptoms commonly associated with
hearing):
Feel like there is something stuck in your ear, that your ear canal it
plugged or blocked, that there is a pebble in your ear that you can't get
out
Low rumbling sounds
Reduced hearing, frequent or intermittent reduced hearing or deafness
in one or both ears
Ringing in the ears, noises in the ears, noises in the head
Pulsing in the ears, throbbing sound in the ear(s)
Tickle or itch in your ear that you can't seem to get at

Mind (anxiety symptoms commonly associated with the mind and
thinking):

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Afraid of everything
Altered state of reality, consciousness, or universe feeling
Brain Fog
Deja Vu, a feeling like you've done or experienced something before
Depersonalization
Derealization
Desensitization
Difficulty concentrating, short-term memory loss
Difficulty thinking, speaking, forming thoughts, following conversations
Disorientation
Fear of going crazy
Fear of losing control
Fear of impending doom
Feelings of unreality
Frequent feeling of being overwhelmed, or that there is just too much
to handle or do
Having difficulty concentrating
Nightmares, bad dreams
Obsession about sensations or getting better

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Repetitive thinking or incessant ‘mind chatter’
Short-term learning impairment, have a hard time learning new
information
Short-term memory impairment, can't remember what I did a few days,
hours, or moments ago
Spaced out feelings, feeling spaced out
"Stuck" thoughts; thoughts, mental images, concepts, songs, or
melodies that "stick" in your mind and replay over and over again.
Trapped in your mind feeling
Underlying anxiety, apprehension, or fear
You often feel you are carrying the world on your shoulders

Mood / Emotions (anxiety symptoms commonly associated with
mood, emotions, and feelings):
Always feeling angry and lack of patience
Depersonalization
Depression
Dramatic mood swings (emotional flipping)
Emotionally blunted, flat, or numb
Emotional "flipping" (dramatic mood swings)

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Emotions feel wrong
Everything is scary, frightening
Feeling down in the dumps
Feeling like things are unreal or dreamlike
Frequently being on edge or 'grouchy'
Feel like crying for no apparent reason
Have no feelings about things you used to
Not feeling like yourself, detached from loved ones, emotionally numb
Underlying anxiety, apprehension, or fear
You feel like you are under pressure all the time

Mouth/Stomach (anxiety symptoms commonly associated with the
mouth and stomach):
A ‘tinny’, ‘metallic’ or ‘ammonia’, or unusual smell or taste
Aerophagia (swallowing too much air, stomach distention, belching)
Burning mouth, feeling like the inside of your mouth is burning, or
tingling, or like pins and needles, or all of these together or at different
times

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Burning tongue, feeling like your tongue is burning, or tingling, or like
pins and needles, or all of these, or all of these together or at different
times
Choking
Constant craving for sugar or sweets
Constipation
Diarrhea
Difficulty swallowing
Difficulty talking, pronouncing certain letters or sounds, mouth feels
like it isn't moving right, slurred speech
Dry mouth
Feeling like you can’t swallow properly or that something will get
caught in your throat
Feeling like your tongue is swollen
IBS
Lack of appetite or taste
Lump in the throat, tight throat, something stuck in your throat
Mouth muscles twitching/jumping
Mouth or throat clicking or grating sound/noise when you move your
mouth or jaw, such as when talking

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Nausea
Nausea vomiting
Nausea or abdominal stress
Numbness
Numbness tingling, numbness and tingling
Stomach upset, gas, belching, bloating
Teeth grinding
The thought of eating makes you nauseous
Tight throat, lump in throat
Throat or mouth clicking or grating sound/noise when you move your
mouth or jaw, such as when talking
TMJ
Tongue symptoms - Tingly, “stretched,” numb, frozen, itchy, “crawly,”
burning, twitching, “jumpy,” aching, sore, or swollen tongue (when it
isn’t).
Urgency to urinate, frequent urination, sudden urge to go to the
washroom
Vomiting

Skin (anxiety symptoms commonly associated with the skin):

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Burning skin sensations, skin sensitivity
Numbness
Numbness tingling, numbness and tingling
Skin problems, infections, rashes

Sleep (anxiety symptoms commonly associated with sleep):
Difficulty falling or staying asleep
Frequent bad, bizarre, or crazy dreams
Hearing sounds in your head that jolt you awake
Insomnia, or waking up ill in the middle of the night
Jolting awake
Waking up in a panic attack
You feel worse in the mornings
Sight (anxiety symptoms commonly associated with sight):

Distorted, foggy, or blurred vision
Dry, watery or itchy eyes
Eye tricks, seeing things our of the corner of your eye that isn’t there,
stars, flashes

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Eyes sensitive to light
Spots in the vision
Flashing lights when eyes are closed
Your depth perception feels wrong

Touch (anxiety symptoms commonly associated with touch):
Burning skin sensations, skin sensitivity
Feeling cold or chilled
Numbness
Numbness tingling, numbness and tingling
Pain
Tingling, pins and needles feelings

Other anxiety symptoms are described as:
Being like a hypochondriac, muscle twinges, worry all the time, tingles,
gagging, tightness in the chest, tongue twitches, shaky, breath lump,
heart beat problems, head tingles, itchy tingling in arms and legs, and
so many more.

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In addition to these anxiety symptoms, you may also find yourself
worrying compulsively about:
• Having a heart attack
• Having a serious undetected illness
• Dying prematurely
• Going insane or losing your mind
• Suddenly snapping
• Losing it
• Uncontrollably harming yourself or someone you love
• Losing control of your thoughts and actions
• Being embarrassed or making a fool out of yourself
• Losing control
• Fainting in public
• Not breathing properly
• Losing control of reality
• Choking or suffocating
• Being alone

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3.Are these symptoms harmful to me?
Anxiety is fear. While everyone experiences fear (anxiety), those who
develop anxiety disorder experience fear more frequently and to higher
degrees than others.
Sustained high fear can over stress the body, and a stressed body can
become symptomatic. Short bursts of high stress are relatively
harmless, but when stress remains persistently high, it can cause harm.
In fact, it's commonly thought that 94 percent of all illness is caused or
aggravated by stress. So persistent high stress isn't something to be
taken lightly.
Those who claim that anxiety isn't harmful don't understand anxiety at
the disorder level. Sure, mild anxiety is quite harmless, but anxiety at a
disorder level can cause great hardship and lifestyle impairment.
If you are experiencing anxiety, we encourage you not to be afraid of it.
But you should address it so that it doesn't negatively affect your
health. Doing so early can help you return to normal and lasting health.
The combination of good self-help information and therapy is the most
effective approach to anxiety disorder resolution.

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4.Do I need to take medication for the rest of my life?
No, you don't have to take them forever.
Certain people might require longer or shorter treatments than others,
but in general, you don't have to be on the medication for the rest of
your life.
In fact if you follow certain steps and actions you will never need to
take them and will actually cure your Anxiety fast and naturally.

5.Anxiety Medication - Will it cure you?
The Truth Will Surprise You
First of all let me assure you that if you are taking any of these pills
now, or have taken it in the past, it won't harm you or you recovery. It
would be wrong to suggest that any of the commonly prescribed drugs
were completely useless, however, many were developed as antidepressants, sedatives and for other conditions and as such, have no
therapeutic impact on anxiety conditions.
You see, the part of the brain responsible for the development and
perpetuation of an anxiety condition is not 'reached' by these drugs in
order to have any curative affect.

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No drug can erase the anxious behavior and neurological reactions
which causes your condition and until it is possible to do so, there will
only be one solution.
NO drug will ever be developed that can accurately pinpoint the EXACT
neural pathways, in your brain, responsible for an anxiety disorder and
selectively (and accurately) erase them. These drugs aren't that
targetted.
The section of your brain responsible for anxiety disorders is influenced
solely by behavior and while drug therapy can be beneficial in true,
clinical depressive disorders, they have a very superficial impact on
anxiety conditions like yours.
Anxiety sufferers often say the 'soporific' (making you feel sleepy)
affect of anti-depressants and other commonly prescribed drugs can
'knock the edge' of their anxiety, BUT this holds no curative benefits to
you - as soon as the anxiety medication is reduced or stopped, your
anxiety will flood back.
Similarly, tranquilizers will allow you to experience temporary relief
from some of the more acute symptoms, but these, like other drugs,
don't 'solve the problem'.
Both anti-depressants and sedatives can also cause added side affects
which may be interpreted by the sufferer as a worsening of their
condition and may even cause added anxiety in some cases.

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The side effects can be as bad as the anxiety itself and many sufferers
experience withdrawal problems and 'rebound anxiety' when they
cease taking their pills.
You see, doctors are limited by time and subsequently, they prescribe
drugs instead of discussing other options with you.
Most of our clients come to us having tried drug therapy first, because
it is perceived by many to be the ONLY simple, accessible option
available.
Many clients come to us while still taking medication. This has no affect
on the curative affect of the TRUE anxiety elimination method whether you are currently taking medication or not is irrelevant, by
implementing the advice outlined in our program, you will soon be at a
point where you can stop taking your pills with minimal withdrawal.

Anxiety Medication - Benzodiazepines
The Benzodiazepines (Xanax, Valium etc) are most commonly
prescribed, followed by chlordiazepoxide (Librium, Librax). Clonazepam
(Klonopin). Although one of the more commonly prescribed drugs, they
seem to carry the most side effects and withdrawal problems.
Benzodiazepines are fast-acting, sedative medications and may take
effect within an hour or less. The most common side-effects are
drowsiness, coordination problems, fatigue, and mental confusion.
Benzodiazepines should never be combined with other medications.

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Benzodiazepines can cause dependency and tolerance issues. They
carry the potential for abuse and acute withdrawal problems. Usually
prescribed for short periods because of these concerns they
recommended to be used for several days or weeks, however, this is
often ignored by practitioners. An effective treatment? NO!
Long-term Benzodiazepines use is not recommended, however, some
patients who are deemed to require long-term treatment, are often
inappropriately prescribed pills for long periods. Always consult your
doctor before ceasing benzodiazepines and never stop abruptly.
Withdrawal symptoms commonly occur on cessation; these may
include anxiety, shakiness, headache, dizziness, insomnia, loss of
appetite and even, fever, psychosis and seizures. It is advisable to use a
structured program of gradual withdrawal such as the one outlined in
our program in order to avoid or minimize withdrawal issues and
rebound anxiety problems.
Other Medications

Whilst benzodiazepines are used as the 'first line' by doctors, other
treatments such as Buspar (buspirone), the beta-blockers (propranolol,
atenolol), Neurontin (Gabapentin), tricyclic antidepressants, SSRIs and
MAOIs are also often prescribed.

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Buspar is often used for generalized anxiety disorders. Buspar is
chemically similar to some antidepressants. Beta-blockers are used
mainly for heart conditions (such as high blood pressure), but are also
commonly prescribed for anxiety. Anti-depressants such as the
tricyclics, SSRIs and MAOIs are also commonly prescribed.

6.Can These 'Treatments' CURE Your Anxiety
No matter what you may have been prescribed, it is NOT the solution...
it may give you temporary relief from some acute symptoms, however,
it will not provide the curative treatment you require in order to
permanently eliminate your anxiety, panic attacks, OCD or/and
phobias.
The ACTUAL solution will surprise you. It is so very, very simple and
requires NO medicinal or psychological intervention at all.
Our anxiety elimination technique is guaranteed to eliminate your
anxiety completely.

7.What Works & What Doesn't?

Anxiety Medication Drugs

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Because the Amygdala does not respond to drug therapies, anxiety can
not be eliminated by it. There are a number of drugs licensed as a
treatment for anxiety such as certain sedatives and antidepressants,
however, they are not curative and tend to offer the sufferer respite
from their symptoms. In isolation, drugs are not the solution to anxiety
conditions but used sensibly, they can sometimes be useful in 'taking
the edge off' the more severe symptoms.
Read more about Anxiety Medications

Psychotherapy for anxiety disorders
Psychotherapy can be lengthy and costly but there are some elements
which are very useful in the treatment of anxiety disorders.
Psychotherapy is an event rather than a process. You cannot have
constant access to your psychotherapist when you require it and whilst
the information and exercises he or she may present to you can be of
great benefit, there are also some things which can be quite
counterproductive.
Psychotherapy can be costly and many psychotherapists lack the
experience of helping a wide range of sufferers which is vital if you are
to provide seamless and experienced support.
Psychotherapy in isolation is not the solution. Most of our clients have
been down this route and wasted time and money on a process which
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can go on for months and in some cases, many, many years. The Linden
Method provides the most useful of the psychotherapeutic practices
used by psychologists in an easy to read and use format, they form
maybe 2% of The Linden Method content but are nevertheless
important.

8.Alternative Therapies for Anxiety, do they work?

Anxiety Therapies
I am a great advocate of 'do what makes you feel better'. I believe that
if you experience something which makes you feel better but does not
support your anxious habit, then it can only be good.
There are a number of alternative therapies which causes the sufferer
to relax, these are all great and assist with muscle pain, sleeplessness
and other symptoms. Alternative drug therapies and homeopathy have
limited success in my experience and few of our clients have ever
reported experiencing any dramatic changes from their use.
Reflexology, massage, hypnosis and visualization exercises can all be
very relaxing and therefore therapeutic but are NOT the solution to
anxiety disorders.

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9. So, what is the solution to anxiety?
"The solution to anxiety is very simple indeed. As I mentioned
previously, because the subconscious mind has become 'reset' at a
higher than normal level, the cure for anxiety is to reset your high
anxiety back down to normal and the Method I developed does exactly
that. Fast!
My Method simply creates an environment in which your 'anxiety
switch' becomes reset back to a 'normal' level; in fact, the very level
that your anxiety was at when you were born.
Over the last decade, I have created the most complete program of
recovery, which takes no time at all to use and is very simple indeed.
Step by step, I lead you to the solution - it couldn't be simpler!

I have used this technique with tens of thousands of anxiety sufferers,
just like you, to permanently ERASE their anxiety.

10.Testimonials
"Panic attacks ruled my life for years. I'd really like to raise more
awareness of them; I think something like one in five people have
them. They just shatter your life. My twenties were really tough
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because of them - I was very, very fearful and scared of doing
everything. I couldn't go to the supermarket, I couldn't go to crowds - I
was very isolated and just stayed at home for a long time. It's a fear of
having them, you know when you have them it's horrible, but then you
live in fear of having one and that's crippling. If you have panic attacks
you should look at his website. It's amazing - it really sorted me out."
Jemma and Jodie Kidd

"I have purchased your method and it has changed my life. I thank you.
Before I purchased your method I had been in a living hell for eight
years and like yourself knew all the medication was not helping. In fact,
it only made things worse or it made me feel like a trapped, sedated
mess.
The freedom and joy to have my life back and not fear I would harm
myself or hurt my family any more emotionally is priceless.
I thank you from my heart of hearts for the work you and your team
have done to support me when I started. The honest, open but specific
advice worked every time. I have recommended your program to my
specialist and am pushing for them to use it (and my GP) and will
continue.
I am, like you say, a strong woman and I feel so commited to helping
anyone else who is in the same situation as myself and you to have the
chance to use your program. The medical profession need to open their
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eyes and ears and understand the importance of your program. Thank
you again."
Juliet J.

" I'm cured.. I'm moving out to London soon.. I'm so emotional right
now cus you got me out of hell! I owe my life to you! May god bless you
for what you do cus you're saving lives.

Right now I feel more stronger than anyone, even my own father, and
willing to overcome anything in life with a passion to move forward. My
family don't know what's hit me lol. I passed my cemap course 1, 2 and
3.. after using the method I gained inner space to concentrate on my
studies and pass. Right now, I'm much more stronger then my peers
and I'm currently waiting to be a mortgage advisor at 23 years old only
and I found my self a new girlfriend , a Russian hot 10/10.. great
personality and im over the bereavement I suffered too at 19... when I
got cheated on... how amazing is that! I love you. Seriously.. you are a
living legend I wish I can ever meet you personally to thank you and
extend my appreciation cus I feel as if you saved my life!"
Rey O.

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"It's amazing how much more relaxed I feel about the upcoming birth
of my twins after doing the method. I'm actually looking forward to this
big hectic change in my life rather than frightened! I'm so thankful I
came across The method after having my first child and years of
unexplained anxiety, it's the best thing that ever happened to me and I
still thank you!"
Jennifer M.

"Hello ! I just want to say thanks because your book was like light at the
end of the tunnel. I had agoraphobia for 6 years (attacks, anxiety), and I
change over 20 psychologists and psychiatrists but they couldn`t help.
Agoraphobia is still taboo in small countrys like Bosnia. I couldn`t belive
that one book, one cd, one man, can make such a diferents. After 6
years, I`m OUT again, feel so good, like nothing ever happened, thanks
to ur book. I wish you all best, and feel sorry coz I cant give u a hug, coz
u done so much for me and people around me."
Danejla K.

"I just wanted to say how very grateful I am to your programme. I found
it during a time of suffering from acute anxiety and panic attacks. The
programme turned me around so quickly, not a single panic attack
since, and that was 4 years ago. I know I'll never have another. Thank
you so much."
Julie G.
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"When I came across the method, my panic attacks had reached a point
where I could no longer get on buses or the tube and was actually too
scared to leave the house to walk the 10 minutes from my halls to my
lecture.
This method was like a lifeline to me and I can't thank you enough for
helping me put these awful panic attacks behind me. It is so true that
no-one completely understands the trauma of a panic attack unles2
they have experienced it themselves, and to realize other people were
experiencing the same things as me helped a great deal in itself, I knew
I wasn't completely mad!
Now 2 years later, I cannot remember the last time I had a full blown
panic attack, something that I could never have imagined saying a few
years ago.
Thank you so much for giving me my life back! I hope many others find
your method and escape the vicious circle of anxiety.
Many many thanks"
Claire Farmer

You can and will be anxiety free, that we guarantee you


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