Everything Isn't Terrible
Conquer Your Insecurities, Interrupt Your Anxiety, and Finally Calm Down
Licensed therapist and mental health writer Dr. Kathleen Smith offers a smart, practical antidote to our anxiety-ridden times. Everything Isn't Terrible is an informative and practical guide -- featuring a healthy dose of humor—for people who want to become beacons of calmness in their families, at work, and in our anxious world. Everything Isn't Terrible will inspire you to confront your anxious self, take charge of your anxiety, and increase your own capacity to choose how you respond to it. Comprised of short chapters containing anecdotal examples from Smith's work with her clients, in addition to engaging, actionable exercises for readers, Everything Isn't Terrible will give anyone suffering from anxiety all the tools they need to finally...calm...down.
Ultimately, living a calmer, less anxious life—one that isn't terrible—is possible, and with this book you'll learn how to do it.
Praise For Everything Isn't Terrible: Conquer Your Insecurities, Interrupt Your Anxiety, and Finally Calm Down…
high-functioning anxious people: relief has arrived! In these pages, Kathleen
Smith offers as much wisdom, candor, and helpful homework as you'd get in
several therapy sessions -- making this book not only a joy but a great deal.
I'll be buying copies for friends.—Mary Laura Philpott, nationally bestselling author of IMiss You When I Blink
"The perfect blend of
hard science and warm wit that helps you understand where your anxiety comes
from and then manage the fallout."—Sarah Knight, NewYork Times bestsellingauthor of Calm the F*ck Down
Hachette Books, 9780316492539, 224pp.
Publication Date: December 31, 2019
About the Author
Kathleen Smith is a licensed therapist and mental health writer who lives in Washington, DC. She has written for popular publications such as Slate, Salon, New York Magazine, Lifehacker, Bustle, and Counseling Today, among many others. She is an associate faculty member at the Bowen Center for the Study of the Family and hosts the show Family Matters, a production of the University of the District of Columbia.