Don’t F*cking Panic - Kelsey Darragh

Don’t F*cking Panic

By Kelsey Darragh

  • Release Date: 2020-12-22
  • Genre: Self-Improvement
Don’t F*cking Panic book review score

4 Score: 4 (From 18 Ratings)

Don’t F*cking Panic Kelsey Darragh Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

If you are one of the millions of people struggling to manage your mental health right now, stop whatever you are doing and read this interactive workbook created by comedian and mental health advocate, Kelsey Darragh. With a completely raw and honest approach to discussing, accepting, and managing debilitating anxiety, panic, and depression, Don’t F*cking Panic: The Shit They Don’t Tell You in Therapy About Anxiety Disorder, Panic Attacks, & Depression is a refreshing and often painfully hilarious guide to long-term recovery and healing. Whether you are experiencing a panic attack RIGHT NOW, or simply realize there is seemingly no end to how many ways your beautiful brain can mess up your day with uncool thoughts, this workbook is about to become your new best friend and a permanent resident on your bedside table.

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User reviews about this book


    By Dharma kilo
    I recently started having anxiety and panic attacks around 9 months ago and I had no idea how to handle it. Things I use to love like car rides, road trips, boating, even thunderstorms became things that filled me with anxiety, fear, and panic. I had no idea how to handle it and I ended up avoiding all of those things I had once enjoyed. I came across this book and l am so glad I did. Kelsey did a great job at explaining and validating what I was feeling. She also writes so many different ways on how to handle anxiety in a healthy way like breathing techniques, meditation, and how to explain to your loved ones the best way to help you during an episode. She really did a great job at making the book funny, informative, and personable. I highly recommend reading this book if you have anxiety or even know someone with anxiety. Thank you Kelsey!

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