Wednesday, January 15, 2014

How Stan’s Managing Fear Book Can Save You A lot of Money And Time In Overcoming Your Fears And Anxieties

Here is how Stan’s popular managing fear book can save you a lot of time and money in finding the answers to your fears and anxieties.
  • Gives you over 100 techniques In Managing Your Fears which increases the chances you will find the answers your looking for.
  • Stan’s book is very popular with over 300 book reviews and counting. Go To http://www.managingfear.com/reviews.html
  • Author relates to his readers through his 20 years of personal experience in overcoming fear.
  • The techniques in Stan’s book gives instant relief, thus the person will suffer less than going it alone.
  • Stan’s readers can and should use his book to work with their current counselor
  • Stan’s book is a quick, easy and very effective read and packs a powerful punch in overcoming your fears.
  • Stan offers free advice on his website www.managingfear.com through his articles he has written.
  • Stan’s book is very affordable at a cost of $7.50
  • Stan offers result oriented techniques backed up with real life examples.
  • Stan’s book was reviewed and approved by various counselors before Stan got published.
 In Summary:
Stan Popovich’s A Layman’s Guide To Managing Fear book will save you a lot of time and money in finding the answers to overcoming your fears and anxieties. Stan’s book gives you instant relief and provides the answers you are looking for in getting better. For more information please visit Stan’s website at www.managingfear.com to read his free articles and book reviews.

Stan Popovich’s Managing Fear Book Has Become Very Popular On Amazon

Stan Popovich’s Managing Fear Book Has Become Very Popular On Amazon
Stanley Popovich’s managing fear book, “A Layman’s Guide To Managing Fear” has become very popular on Amazon with over 300 positive book reviews and counting.

Please read the many book reviews of Stan’s popular book by going to Amazon and looking up his book or click on the following link: http://www.managingfear.com/reviews.html

To watch the video Of Stan's Book Reviews go to http://www.youtube.com/user/StanPopovich1

Stan is available for any author interviews, article submissions, book features, and author write ups for any website, magazine, blog, and/or news site on why his book is very popular among the mental health community.

Stan is also willing to write for any magazine or website that deals with fear, anxiety, addiction, stress, phobias, suicide, and depression. References are available upon request.

Stan has struggled with fear and anxiety for over 20 years. Stanley has used his writing skills, analytical talents, interviews and diligent research in an attempt to educate readers on how to deal with fear. He was educated at Pennsylvania State University and has used these approaches in his own life.

Stan has been on various TV and radio programs around the U.S. and his articles have been published in various magazines around the world.

A lot of people deal with fear related issues such as anxiety, fear, stress, suicide, depression, panic attacks, OCD, rehab, drugs and alcohol, and addiction and many of them find it difficult in finding the answers to their mental health issues.

Many times a person who struggles with fear, anxiety, depression, and addiction need to try a number of different approaches in order to get certain results. Stan’s book offers many different kinds of options for overcoming their mental health issues.

Some people use various counseling methods to deal with their fears and anxieties and some people use the help of God to overcome their fears. Each person is different.

Stan’s book presents a general overview of various techniques in both the psychological and religious fields to help a person deal with their fears and anxieties. Stan’s gives the reader the ability to pick and choose which techniques work best for the person along with real life examples.

Stan has received many good book reviews on Amazon and Stan has a large customer following in regards to his mental health article contributions.

Stan is available for any author interviews, article submissions and any other media opportunities regarding the popularity of his book.

For more information please visit Stan’s website at http://www.managingfear.com and read his latest articles and media mentions.

How To Overcome The Vicious OCD Cycle

By: Stan Popovich

Many people who have OCD sometimes get caught up in a vicious OCD Cycle. Usually an event that causes the person a lot of anxiety (also known as the trigger) will start the cycle and the person will try to do something to get rid of the worrisome event. Doing something to relieve the anxiety will actually lead to more fear and worry which in return has the person repeating the event over and over again. This is known as the OCD Cycle

For instance, A person with OCD as a fear of germs which causes a lot of worry and fear. He or she will think that by washing their hands the fear will go away. The person will wash his hands however this will lead to more fear and anxiety. So the person washes his hands again to get rid of the fear. Washing his hands again leads to more fear and worry and so the person washes his hands again which produces more fear and so on and so on. This is known as the OCD cycle in which the person is not able to get out of.

There are a few ways to break this OCD Cycle. The first step is to realize what is happening and to go see a professional counselor. A counselor will be able to give you advice on how to break out of this vicious cycle.

Another way is to disrupt your negative thought patterns that are driving this cycle. When you get that negative thought about your hands getting dirty, try to read some positive statements that will counter your negative thinking. Read these positive statements and your negative thoughts will start to go away. Tell yourself that your OCD thoughts are wrong and not to listen to them.

Another way is to take deep breathes to help calm yourself down. If a person can stay calm the fear and anxiety behind the cycle will start to fade away.

Get the facts of your current situation. Your OCD and worrisome thoughts are driving the OCD Cycle. If you can learn the facts of your situation, this might help stop this cycle. For instance washing your hands once is sufficient instead of washing your hands 10 times every hour of the day. Remind yourself of this fact when you get caught up in this vicious cycle.

Finally determine the fear behind your thoughts that are driving this vicious cycle. If you know what the fear is then try to find ways that will prove your fears wrong. The key is if you can manage the fear behind your OCD thoughts, it becomes easier to get out of the OCD cycle.

Finally write down the OCD cycle your experiencing on a piece of paper. Visualizing the cycle on paper will help gain a better perspective of what is going in your head and thinking processes These are some ideas on how to break free of the OCD Cycle, however the most important thing is to talk to a counselor who can give you additional advice.

BIOGRAPHY:

Stan Popovich is the author of "A Layman's Guide to Managing Fear Using Psychology, Christianity and Non Resistant Methods" - an easy to read book that presents a general overview of techniques that are effective in managing persistent fears and anxieties. Stan‘s book is very popular with 100’s of Book Reviews and counting. For additional information go to: http://www.managingfear.com/

WHEN SOMEONE YOU KNOW STRUGGLES WITH FEAR, ANXIETY AND STRESS


By: Stanley Popovich

What do you do when someone you know has to deal with persistent fears, anxieties, or even depression? Well the first thing you need to do is to get the person to seek the services of a professional who can lead them in the right direction and give them the help they need. In addition, here are some other techniques you can use to help the person cope.

Learn as much as you can in managing anxiety and depression. There are many books and information that will educate you on how to deal with fear and anxiety. Share this information with the person who is struggling. Education is the key in finding the answers your looking for in managing your fears.

Be understanding and patient with the person struggling with their fears. Dealing with depression and anxiety can be difficult for the person so do not add more problems than what is already there.

In every anxiety-related situation you experience, begin to learn what works, what doesn’t work, and what you need to improve on in managing your fears and anxieties. For instance, you have a lot of anxiety and you decide to take a walk to help you feel better. The next time you feel anxious you can remind yourself that you got through it the last time by taking a walk. This will give you the confidence to manage your anxiety the next time around.

Another thing to remember is that things change and events do not stay the same. For instance, you may feel overwhelmed today with your anxiety and feel that this is how you will feel the rest of the week or month. This isn’t correct. No one can predict the future with one hundred percent accuracy. Even if the thing that you feared does happen there are circumstances and factors that you can’t predict which can be used to your advantage. You never know when the help and answers you are looking for will come to you.

When your fears and anxieties have the best of you, seek help from a professional. The key is to be patient, take it slow, and not to give up. In time, you will be able to find those resources that will help you with your problems.

BIOGRAPHY:

Stan Popovich is the author of "A Layman's Guide to Managing Fear Using Psychology, Christianity and Non Resistant Methods" For additional information go to: http://www.managingfear.com/

How To Reduce Your Grief By Fifty Percent


By: Stan Popovich

Many people who lose a love one or a beloved pet have a difficult time getting over their grief. The sense of loss can be great. As an author of a managing fear book, I found that many people view grief and death the wrong way. Many people who lose someone feel that they are saying “Good Bye” to their loved ones, however this outlook of grief is completely wrong.

Death is the bridge between this world and God’s world aka Heaven. When a person dies they are simply crossing the bridge from this world to Heaven. As long as the person has accepted God/Jesus In their life they will enter Heaven. Heaven is the place where God resides along with your other loved ones and family members. As a result when someone dies, they are just crossing the bridge to Heaven

The good news is that if you accepted God/Jesus into your life, there is a 100 percent chance you will see your loved ones again including your pets. They are simply in Heaven along with everyone else. Yes, there is a very good chance that your pets will be there too. Nothing is impossible with God.

Knowing that you will see your loved ones again can reduce ones grief. Your loved ones are not gone but are with God. When you die, you will be greeted by your loved ones in Heaven as long as you accepted God Into Your Life and you will spend the rest of eternity with them. It just won’t be on Earth but in God’s World where everyone will be together.

So when someone dies, your basically saying that you will see them later. Your loved ones are not gone and you will see them again if you play your cards right in accepting God during your time on Earth. View grief as if you were going on vacation for a week, knowing when you come back you will see your family again. Understanding how the process works will reduce your grief, because you know that you will see your loved ones again.

Many people have the wrong view of death and grief. They say Death is Final, but they are wrong. Don’t listen to them. You have a choice. Listen to what your friends have to say or put your faith in the Bible and Jesus/God. Follow Jesus and God and you will see your loved ones again. That is a guarantee. For more information, Read the Bible and talk to your priest or minister.

BIOGRAPHY:

Stan Popovich is the author of “A Layman’s Guide to Managing Fear Using Psychology, Christianity and Non Resistant Methods”. For additional information go to: http://www.managingfear.com/

 

How To Overcome The Fear Of Death


By: Stan Popovich

Why are so many people afraid of death? Many people are afraid because they do not understand what death is and not knowing what will happen to them scares a lot of people. Understanding what death is crucial on how to overcome your fear of death.

Many people consider death as some final event, however they are wrong. Death should be viewed as a gateway or bridge between this world and God’s world (Heaven). When someone dies, they are simply leaving this world and crossing the bridge to God’s World(Heaven).

As you enter God’s World you will be at a place where all of your loved ones are at and where God and Jesus resides. People have said it is a wonderful place where there is no more death, pain, or suffering. It is a place of perfect happiness where everyone is together and gets along. You will reconnect with your loved ones that passed away before you. It is a place of perfect happiness according to the Bible.

The key is that a person needs to accept God/ Jesus in their lives before they die. The Bible says that if you reject God in your life and then you pass away, then God will reject you when your life is over. You do not get any second chances.

The fear is not death itself but what happens after you die. This goes back to the choices we make in our current life time. Accept God (Jesus) in your life and when you die you will go to a place of much enjoyment for all of eternity. Don’t accept God and you will be turned away. What happens next is anyone’s best guess and that is the scary part.

For more clarification of this process, read the Bible and talk to a trusted priest or minister. They will be able to answer more of your questions on how the process works.

Do not put this off. The choices you make now while you are alive will determine what happens after you die. Once a person dies, there are no second chances. Make the right choice that is best for you. Death is not final, but just a gateway that leads to Heaven. The choice we make now determines whether God will allow you to enter. Putting your faith in Jesus and God is the way of overcoming death.

BIOGRAPHY:

Stan Popovich is the author of “A Layman’s Guide to Managing Fear Using Psychology, Christianity and Non Resistant Methods”. For additional information go to: http://www.managingfear.com/

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

When Your Friends Do Not Understand You Mental Health Condition

By: Stan Popovich

You are just diagnosed with a mental health condition such as depression, bipolar disorder, panic disorder, addiction, OCD, or some other mental health disorder. You go see a counselor to get help. Eventually your relatives and closest friends find out your condition. The problem is that some of them get on your case and do not understand what you are going through. Here are four ways to deal with this situation.

1. Listen To The Professionals And Not Your Friends–Your friends may mean well, but when it comes down to it, the professionals know your situation more than anyone. They know what you are going through and are trained to deal with your situation. Your friends do not have the answers to your medical condition. When you have questions about your mental health situation consult with your counselor or other mental health professional. Listen to them and follow their advice and not your friends.

2. Your Goal Is To Get Better–Your goal is to get better, period. Don’t waste your time arguing with your friends or relatives who are giving you a difficult time. This isn’t a public relations event where you need to get everyone’s approval. This is your life and you’re the one suffering. Your main focus is for you to get better. This is the number one thing.

3. Tell Your Friends To Learn About Your Condition–Tell your friends and relatives that the best way for them to help you is to learn about your condition. They could talk to a counselor, they could do family therapy, they could read some good books or join you at a support group to learn about your condition. They won’t know exactly the pain your suffering but they will have some idea of what you are going through. If some of your friends won’t do this, then stay away from them. They will only make things worse.


4. Distance Yourself From People Who Give You A Hard Time–This may seem cruel but if some of your friends or relatives are hindering your progress in getting better, then kindly tell them to follow step Three or else tell them to stay away and go bother someone else. Distance yourself from those people who won’t make an effort to help understand what you are going through. You need to surround yourself with positive and supportive people. Again, if you have problems or issues with a particular person, you can always ask your counselor for advice on how to deal with them.

Take advantage of the help that is available around you. If possible, talk to a professional who can help you manage your depression and anxieties. They will be able to provide you with additional advice and insights on how to deal with your current problem. By talking to a professional, a person will be helping themselves in the long run because they will become better able to deal with their problems in the future.

Remember your goal is to get better. Treat your mental health issues as a medical condition. If you have a medical condition, you go see a doctor to help treat it. Same thing applies to your mental health issues. Go see a professional and focus on getting better. Don’t try to get everyone’s approval.

BIOGRAPHY:

Stan Popovich is the author of “A Layman’s Guide to Managing Fear Using Psychology, Christianity and Non Resistant Methods”.For additional information go to: http://www.managingfear.com/