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Evolving Self Confidence – The First Chapter

'Evolving Self Confidence: How to Become Free From Anxiety Disorders and Depression' offers a new way to understand and deal with anxiety-related problems. It reveals what lies at the heart of these problems and shows how to use this knowledge to become truly free.

The first chapter alone provides such a unique insight into the cause of anxiety problems that it removes much of the mystery surrounding them and reduces the power they have over us.

Now this chapter is available as an eBook, free to anyone it may help.


Research shows that over 50% of anxiety disorders start before the age of fourteen. It's probably more like 90%.

The way we feel about our self in childhood and adolescence can stay with us a lifetime and those who experience feelings of insecurity and vulnerability as a child are surely more susceptible to develop anxiety-related problems later in life.

This book highlights a critical component in these problems that hasn't really been given the attention it deserves – the way we feel about our self deep inside – and in doing so, provides a unique insight into the true cause of anxiety disorders.

Topics covered include:-

As a Child...
•  Identification
•  Self-Talk
•  How Parents Affect Us
   - Parental Conflict
   - Parental Criticism
   - Learning From Our Parents

•  The Role of Genetics

It is completely free to read on-screen, download and read later or print out. No email address or any other details are required to get a copy – simply choose the version you would like.

Evolving Self Confidence
– The First Chapter

Evolving Self Confidence - The First Chapter-all devices

•  42 page pdf - view on all devices (Introduction + First Chapter)
•  Read it on-screen now
•  Download and read later
•  Print a copy
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"The soul always knows what to do to heal itself. The challenge is to silence the mind."

... Caroline Myss

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