Anxiety Girl | By: Lacey London
Anxiety Girl | Lacey London
Anxiety Girl, is an excellent book that is very well written. It is a book about anxiety and depression. It starts off with the main character, Sadie Valentine, who appears to be this gorgeous young woman on the dating scene after a horrific breakup that left her truly broken hearted.
As the days slip by her, she starts to develop worsening symptoms of anxiety and depression that slowly, then suddenly creep up on her. She has her first panic attack and that sends her into a downward tailspin. Sadie has no idea what is going on with her, or what had just happened. She starts losing control and sinks into a deep depression. Her anxiety seems to have no end.
Lucky for Sadie, her best friend Aldo takes notice of what is going on with her and takes the liberty to temporarily reside with Sadie despite her insistence that she’ll be okay. Aldo tells her that no matter what, he is going to be there for her and stay with her until she is back to her normal self.
Sadie reluctantly decided to give Anxiety Anonymous a try per Aldo’s request. Slowly, but surely, things begin to brighten around her one day at a time.
This book gives you hope that there can be a conclusion to what seems to be a neverending episode of anxiety and depression. It proves that there are better days to come as long as you don’t give up on the fight to survive despite whatever challenges you may be facing.
Along with reading this book. you can also learn some tools that can help you combat your own anxiety symptoms. I highly recommend this book to anyone who has ever suffered from or still suffers from anxiety or depression.
I give this book 4.5 out of 5 stars!
Have you read this book? If so, what did you think of it? If not, would you consider reading it? Can you recommend any books for me to check out?
Anxiety, Book Reviews, Depression, Samantha Steiner, Uncategorized
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Samantha is the author of "My Bipolar Mind: You're not alone," she is also a freelance writer, blogger, and mental health advocate who runs and manages her own mental health blog MyBipolarMind.com.
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