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14 Reddit comments about Dare: The New Way to End Anxiety and Stop Panic Attacks Fast:

u/beegma · 4 pointsr/suggestmeabook

I just finished reading Dare: The New Way to End Anxiety and Stop Panic Attacks Fast and I feel like it was really helpful for my anxiety and panic attacks. I used one of the audios at 2 AM when I couldn't get back to sleep and it worked really well.

u/remphos · 3 pointsr/college

Do you have a kindle account? If not get one and read these books:

When Panic Attacks

Constructive Living

The Confidence Gap

The Dare Response

Just download the samples and see which one resonates with you most that you might like to read. Seriously potently life changing stuff. These have been invaluable techniques for me personally.

u/Ipgone · 3 pointsr/intj

I recommend the DARE book. I suffer(ed) from anxiety and phobias - it's helped immensely. Nothing else worked (cbt, hypnotherapy etc).

Unfortunately, it also means cutting out various substances (including alcohol and caffeine), and adding some supplements such as calcium and magnesium.

Also - headspace app for mindfulness.

These two tools have been fantastic and life changing for me.

Good luck.

u/GatitoAnonimo · 2 pointsr/OCD

Find an OCD specialist if you can and start getting treatment ASAP. The one OCD specialist here sucked so I had to help myself for the most part. These books helped me:

Dare: The New Way to End Anxiety and Stop Panic Attacks Fast

Overcoming Unwanted Intrusive Thoughts: A CBT-Based Guide to Getting Over Frightening, Obsessive, or Disturbing Thoughts

The Imp of the Mind: Exploring the Silent Epidemic of Obsessive Bad Thoughts

Brain Lock: Free Yourself from Obsessive-Compulsive Behavior

Read, research, work hard, and know that one day you will recover.

u/iliikepie · 2 pointsr/infertility

I have struggled a lot with anxiety my entire life. I've tried a lot of different things at different times. One thing that was immensely helpful for me at a very stressful time was the book Dare: The New Way to End Anxiety and Stop Panic Attacks. I recommend getting the audio version as well so you can just listen to the book (less effort than reading it when you aren't feeling well).

It's difficult to explain, but, I've used the techniques in the book to cure anxiety I had over very specific things in my life--think like, specific phobias. This was some years ago, and I actually got the information at the time from somewhere else, not from this book specifically.

Anyways, back to this book in particular: it employs the same techniques that were so very helpful for me in the past. I can't tell you how much they changed my life for the better. I don't know why, but I didn't realize that I could apply the same techniques to generalized anxiety and panic attacks, but that is what this book teaches you to do. You can really apply the techniques to any specific anxieties, or even to anxiety that you cannot pinpoint a source for.

I really hope you will consider getting the book! What have you got to lose, right?

(Also, if you do read the reviews on Amazon, a few people mention god in their reviews, but the book is not religious at all.)

u/legitbutwant2quit · 2 pointsr/quittingkratom

Pretty sure it is this book. It is available through kindle unlimited for those of you with the subscription. 😀
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u/syntheticproduct · 2 pointsr/Anger

There is a lot going on here. But hang in there, I have a feeling that it will all turn out ok!

First of all, without being able to diagnose your mom, she seems like having huge anxiety issues. You seem ready to go NC with her (no communications). That might help. If there are a lot more going on with your mom, you might want to check r/raisedbynarcissists. They have tips to handle parents that are controlling and toxic.

Next, your anger. I just posted a reply to someone else, that you might want to check out:

There is also a sticky on anger in this sub:

Lastly, you mention anxiety. Do you know what kind of anxiety you have? Have you been diagnosed formally?

Moving places, living in your car, and of course your mom's behavior can take a huge toll on your mental health. If you like to read, you can learn a lot about this condition and how to get better. Meditation, exercise, healthy living, etc. Some of these books are really amazing and can help a lot.

The Worry Trick: How Your Brain Tricks You into Expecting the Worst and What You Can Do About It

Short and results-based based

Dare: The New Way to End Anxiety and Stop Panic Attacks Fast

Centered around a method to stop panic attacks and reduce anxiety

The Anxiety and Phobia Workbook

Very complete. Covers all the aspects, explains what happened in the body, and detailed ways to get better (meditation, medications, etc.)

I like the last one a lot. It's really a all-in-one approach. 18 bucks is like a a fifth of the price of a therapist appointment... Well worth the money overall lifetime. 

There are also subs on those that can help.

Good luck!

u/meltusmaximus · 2 pointsr/PanicAttack

Happens all the time man. Its Adrenaline spikes.... Ive checked into or driven to the ER multiple times. This book changed things for me...

u/chaskell · 1 pointr/bjj

This book is what more or less cured me.
It is different than other methods like meditation. Meditation always felt very passive to me, and this is the opposite. The tl;dr version is when you start feeling anxiety, dare it to get worse. Try making your heart race. Try making yourself sweat. See how bad you can make it. Do this every time you get anxiety. Eventually you will learn not to fear anxiety, which is the fuel of anxiety. Once you remove the fuel, you will starve the fire, and you will be free of it.

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u/heuyie · 0 pointsr/AskMenOver30

If I am not getting your point, I am sorry. Your description of your concerns is a bit vague to me, and I am trying to answer.

>This means cutting down on the travel, random hobbies, sleeping in and other things that have characterized my twenties.

I think that this is a wise observation. To me, spending a large amount of resource to figure out who you are is one of characteristic of twenties, a part of a phase, not your life is all about. This phase could be much more fun compared to the following phase of actually making efforts to become who you are. And, some people treat the transition from twenties to thirties like the end of their lives, but I do not think that way.


Nobody can assure you about your future and you indeed do not need to be assured. Most likely, your problem is not the future but your anxiety about it. And, having anxiety is very common and there are treatments! Dare could be a good book for you. Although the book may not appealing to you until you obtain internal locus of control, I mention anyway. It took me a very long time to work on my external locus of control.

>I won't be super successful in my twenties

Why? Stop thinking about the past and the future and setting your expectations. That is a step to depression. Your life is a problem nobody faced. It is impossible to calculate expected values when you do not have a defined problem and complete table of outcomes.

> Robert Greene's Mastery

I have not read this book, but if you like the subjects of expertise and deliberate trainings, I recommend these books (Copied from my another thread):

Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance by Angela Duckworth

The book is about the subject of deliberate training and explains how spending a long time on specific kinds of training develops your skills. Not a research paper, and the tone of book is casual. Many pages are about the author and people around her, and those explained the motivation of studies about the subject and added real life examples to apply those studies, for example, to parenting. In general, the book is hopeful to motivate you to start training towards your goal.

Peak: Secrets from the New Science of Expertise

Another book is about the subject of deliberate training. I recommend you to read this book after Grit. This book is more like a research paper. The tone of this book is drier than Grit but the book contains the details of the studies and advises you how, when and how much you should practice.

>having a five year plan for the future seems like an impossibly long timeline

Probably impossible if you mean that you make a plan to follow for 5 years. Planning is like calculus. You need to know what to do right now, assuming as if you are going to do it forever, then you immediately update your plan once you have feedback from what you did right now, and you will be in a different place from where you thought to be yesterday. Having routines and a day plan for today helps me a lot.

At last, this is a common advice about jobs/ career I like.

"Do not pick a job to help people. Pick a job that you can do well and help the most."

Learning to be patient is a great start! Wish you the best :)