Jonathan Sattin, Managing Director, triyoga
For many of us, anxiety and fear are daily visitors to the mind and body - in this brilliant book, Steve Haines gives us freeing tools to unmask these feelings, and possibly even reduce the causes. What he offers is apparently simple yet full of depth, with a touch of light-heartedness.
Dr David O’Flynn, Consultant Psychiatrist, Lambeth & Maudsley Hospitals, South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
Haines pulls together an accessible and friendly narrative with fantastic high level academic footnotes. These twin levels - with Standing's gently humorous graphics - convince. He takes us past some body-brain-mind confusion, to provide understanding of the workings of anxiety in the person.
A Beautiful Chaos Blog
If you are interested in understanding a bit more about anxiety and the psychology about it, whether it's to help you understand your own illness, what a loved one is going through or just because you want to educate yourself further on the topic then I couldn't recommend this to you enough.
Dr Peter Nevins, Psychoanalyst and Director of Islington Mind
With great erudition and wit Steve manages to condense philosophical thought, neurological research and psychological thinking into a fabulous tool for re-conceptualising are experience of this bane of modern life - anxiety. Psychoanalysts and others working with people experiencing anxiety will benefit from reflecting on this book and sharing it with their patients.