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Future Tense: Why Anxiety is Good for You (Even Though it Feels Bad)

Tracy Dennis-Tiwary

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A psychologist confronts our pervasive misunderstanding of anxiety and presents a powerful new framework for reclaiming it as the advantage it evolved to be

A psychologist confronts our pervasive misunderstanding of anxiety and presents a powerful new framework for reimagining and reclaiming the confounding emotion as the advantage it evolved to be.

We are taught that anxiety is dangerous and damaging, and that the solution to its pain is to eradicate it like we do any disease. Yet cutting-edge therapies, hundreds of self-help books, and a panoply of medications have failed to keep debilitating anxiety at bay.

That's because the anxiety-as-disease story is false - and it's harming us.

In this radical reinterpretation, Dr Tracy Dennis-Tiwary distils the latest research in psychology and neuroscience, combined with real-world stories and personal narrative, to argue that the discomfort of anxiety is a tool, rather than something to be stamped out at all costs. Detailing the terrible cost of our misunderstanding of anxiety, while celebrating the lives of people who harness it to their advantage, FUTURE TENSE reveals how we can live and grow with anxiety.

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Praise for Future Tense: Why Anxiety is Good for You (Even Though it Feels Bad)

  • If you're feeling more anxious than usual and, on top of that, feeling anxious about feeling anxious, then this book is for you ... Tracy Dennis-Tiwary offers a much-needed and compelling guide - based on years of scientific research and her personal clinical experience - to the emotion that is in some ways most easily misunderstood and, therefore, most undervalued. Clear, practical, and incredibly readable!

  • This book is going to smash your existing views about anxiety - and replace them with more helpful ones. As an expert on the neuroscience of emotion, Tracy Dennis-Tiwary has delivered the riveting read we all need to help us learn to worry well instead of worrying less

  • A powerful and deeply informed new voice in the important conversation around anxiety and its causes and effects ... a revolutionizing shift in perspective

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