Being prepared is not as easy as it sounds. There are things we all need to prepare for in our every day lives, and taking the time to think about living a more prepared way of life may leaving you wonder where to begin. Taking preparedness to a simple level, and breaking down being prepared from A to Z, everything you could think of in what it takes to be prepared in a simple process, A to Z. Learning to be prepared and living a more self-reliant life doesn't have to be overwhelming. In this series, we break down wheat it means to be prepared, and the simple things you can do in order to make that happen. Each book focuses on preparedness and self reliant topics that start with the letter. A is for anxiety, aquaponics, aliments, authority and act now! Each of these topics are broken down to simple terms giving you a good base of information on each topic. If you have ever wondered what it means to be prepared, this might be a great series for you!
Anxiety is defined as a feeling of extreme fear, nervousness, uneasiness or worry of impending doom, or an event of undetermined outcome. However, anxiety is not always a pathological process. The same feeling occurs naturally in association with an intense desire to do something. Every child or teenager experiences some degree of anxiety as part of their normal social and emotional development. Anxiety only becomes a problem when it is prolonged and starts to interfere with the normal expected daily activities of the child or teenager. Normal anxiety responds to comfort and reassurance; this is not true with clinical anxiety. This book is dedicated to all of those parents who have suffered through temper tantrums, mood swings, shouting matches, pouting, and arguments with their children. You have not failed if your child is depressed or anxious. You have just been given a challenge to create an environment which will help your child conquer this anxiety and grow into healthy adults.
Performance Anxiety Strategies: A Musician's Guide to Managing Stage Fright offers readers an approachable, comprehensive reference guide to the current research on music performance anxiety and stage fright therapies. Divided by area of therapeutic interest, the authors present relevant and noteworthy research and insight into some of the most popular-and many lesser known-therapies, including holistic, exposure, cognitive and behavioral therapies, and medicinal treatments. Each chapter also features self-guided activities and journaling exercises, words of wisdom from established performing artists and athletes, and suggestions for music teachers, as well as first-person narratives by the authors in which they share their personal journeys with music performance anxiety both onstage and in the classroom. With a diverse wealth of offerings and approaches, this book is meant to be a resource for anyone who has ever experienced anxiety about musical performing, from the aspiring classical musician to the garage band guitarist.
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