In a world that preaches a “try harder” gospel — just keep going, keep hustling, keep pretending we’re all fine — many of us are left exhausted, anxious, and depressed.
In fact, did you know that anxiety and depression are the most common mental illnesses in the world, affecting about 18% of the population every year?
It’s true. And I can speak from personal experience what devastating effects this can have on life, so much so that I was bedridden for two years due to mental health issues.
Fortunately, I eventually “figured it out.” And going through this process taught me a lot about the human mind and led me on a life-long journey to learn how to best overcome anxiety and depression.
**Today, I want to share with you what I learned from suffering from anxiety and depression most of my life (**and then managing it), reading hundreds of scientific studies on the topic, speaking to leading experts in the field, doing countless self-experiments, and coaching clients for 35 years.
In my new programme “Anxiety and Depression,” you’ll discover:
- why your actions, thoughts, and feelings are intertwined… and how you can fix that starting today
- the real reasons you feel depressed (it’s not what you think)
- how to conquer panic attacks and worry (these tips work particularly well in social situations)
- how to release built-up regret and shame forever
- how to break free from intrusive thoughts and obsessive behaviour
- how to supercharge your communication skills and build better relationships
- a 14-day “Action Plan” where you’ll start to break the cycle of anxiety and depression while creating a series of “small wins.”
- and much more
So, if you want proven tips and tricks for reducing or even fixing* anxiety and depression, then click the “add to cart” button, make your purchase, and let’s get started today!
Sam Lovell –
This book was just what I needed. The 14 day tasks intermediate level is my challenge! Handy read.
Ingrid Barclay –
Ingrid gives practical advice on how to not let depression derail your fitness goals. I knew Ingrid’s story after following her on FIO, and often wondered “how the hell did she turn it all around”. Upon reading this I now understand some things I need to change.