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Shaun Grant Reveals his Secrets in Dealing with Anxiety

Shaun Grant Reveals his Secrets in Dealing with Anxiety Conditions

New book follows the practical guide to overcoming conditions such as GAD, OCD, PTSD, panic attacks and other anxiety-related phobias

Palmerston North, July 1, 2013 – For fifteen years, author Shaun Grant suffered from general anxiety disorder (GAD), social phobia, and agoraphobia. Today, he is completely healed. How did he do it? His new publication, Attack Panic reveals his secret in overcoming anxiety conditions such as panic attacks, social phobia, agoraphobia GAD, OCD and PTSD. Helping others to heal is the greatest gift that he could ever have dreamed of receiving.

This book is a valuable guide on how to overcome panic attacks, social phobia, agoraphobia, and also heal one’s self of anxiety conditions. It will not help one to cope and make them smarter, but it will make them better. The programme of healing is contained within the four Building Blocks™ and will teach readers all they need to know, do and be to completely heal themselves. This self-help book is based on the experiences of the author, along with years of research and data collected from working with other sufferers.

Enlightening and practical, Attack Panic provides a solution to their problem and suffering. It shows that its principles work, and the author will definitely be able to connect and build faith, trust and belief with his readers. Although not a form of mental illness, panic attacks and other forms of anxiety can mimic other illnesses such as depression. His useful insights regarding these conditions are a great way to enhance the understanding and knowledge of the readers which they can eventually use to deal with them.

Very insightful and motivating, Attack Panic aims to help readers completely heal themselves through knowledge and enough empowerment, faith and courage to do whatever they have to do.

For more information on this book, log on to www.Xlibris.co.nz.

About the Author
Shaun Grant currently resides in Palmerston North, New Zealand. He is a devoted husband to Raylene and father to Finn, Paige, and Tane George. When he is not spending time with his family, most of his time is dedicated to helping others heal themselves, along with writing in the areas of business strategy and personal development. He is also a professional musician and financial management consultant.

Attack Panic * by Shaun Grant
YOUR GUIDE ON HOW TO OVERCOME PANIC ATTACKS, SOCIAL PHOBIA, AGORAPHOBIA, AND HEAL YOURSELF OF HIGH ANXIETY (GAD, OCD, PTSD)— FOREVER
Publication Date: 06/25/2013
Trade Paperback; NZ$34.99; 186 pages; 978-1-4836-4482-0
Trade Hardback; NZ$54.99; 186 pages; 978-1-4836-4483-7

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