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Professional Tennis Player Overcomes Debilitating Anxiety & Panic Disorder Unconventionally

The tennis world has seen many comebacks in the past but none as unlikely as this one. After 6 years Dennis Simsek a professional tennis player and teaching pro on the ATP tour has naturally been able to overcome Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Panic Disorder, after being moments from taking his own life. Emergency visits before and after important tennis matches, intense physical sensations that resembled serious illnesses during matches, and overwhelming fearful thoughts were just a few of the personal mental and physical battles.

The ‘Me vs Myself On & Off The Court’ eBook outlines natural and unconventional ways Dennis overcame his mental illnesses. The coping strategies such as anti anxiety pills were only a short term fix that didn’t lead to long term recovery, and this is causing a major roadblock for people suffering from intense panic and anxiety these days. The ups and downs of this inspirational story will give readers a glimpse into the life of a professional athlete that feared everything from crowded areas to up tempo music. Readers will be able to relate to these stories, gain strength to stay motivated to face their fears, and reach their dreams through my online blogs and 30 day fear eliminator challenge set to launch on Jan 1st.

This eBook as well as the many interactive tools were launched through The Anxious Athlete website on Dec 15th, and can be purchased through the website below. I am hoping you will be able to see the enourmous benefits that athletes and non athletes who suffer with mental illnesses will gain from reading this book.

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Stan Popovich Discusses How Fear And Anxiety Can Devastate A Person’s Life

What can a person do when their fears and anxiety have the best of them? It can be tough to deal with fear, anxiety and depression on an every day basis. Many people who deal with these issues feel helpless and do not know how to manage their fears.

Stanley Popovich, author of ‘A Layman’s Guide To Managing Fear’ understands that fear and anxiety is very common in today’s world. Fear and anxiety can have a devastating impact on a person’s life. Persistent fear and anxiety ruins lives and can devastate families. Fear and anxiety can also lead to additional health problems that can have long-term effects on one’s life.

The National Institute of Mental Health reports that approximately 1 in every 5 adults suffer with the anguish of a fear-related disorder. Here are some quick facts:

· 18.8 million American adults will suffer from depression this year 
· 2.3 million American adults will struggle with Bipolar disorder this year 
· 9.1 million American adults have an anxiety disorder 
· 2.4 million American adults will experience a panic disorder this year 
· 3.3 million American adults will be treated for OCD this year 
· 5.2 million American adults will experience Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder this year

Fear exacts untold costs upon American society. Even more sobering is that many people do not know where to turn for help. Mr. Popovich knows what it is like to deal with fear and anxiety. Mr. Popovich wrote a book that focuses on those strategies that will manage fear, anxiety, and depression. A person who reads Mr. Popovich’ can get many ideas on how to deal with fear, anxiety, OCD, depression and other mental health issues

The book is easy to read and provides instant help. Half the book focuses on cognitive and behavior therapy and the other half of the book is Christian based. The book is geared for both the religious and non-religious person who struggles with fear, anxiety, OCD, depression, panic disorder, suicide, and bipolar disorder. Stan’s book is not a substitute for the guidance of a professional.” Remember that when dealing with fear and anxiety, the key is to be smart in how you manage it.

Copies of ‘A Layman’s Guide To Managing Fear’ can be obtained at http://www.managingfear.com. Stanley Popovich is available for interviews and can be reached by email at spopovich@managingfear.com.

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