Calm and Sense by Wendy Leeds (Book Review #1033)


Calm and sense is a self-help book geared for most women who wish to live a stress-free life. Although the information is not designed to replace any medical or psychiatric treatment, it still offers a well-organized method for dealing with anxiety.

The author begins with initially ‘Naming’ the anxiety. She then introduces claim, reframes and tame as part of a methodology in this journey of overcoming anxiety.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

I particularly enjoyed reading about how we should stop wanting to be perfect every time. I personally struggle with this matter. Always seeking perfection is exhausting sometimes, so I felt it was important that this issue was included in the book. The author even spells perfect as ‘Perfekt’ just to emphasize how it’s okay to make mistakes.

The literature is written well and is easy to follow. The foundation of the work represents someone who cares and has provided this book as a means for the public to read and overcome their troubles.

I recommend this book to anyone who is dealing with anxiety and enjoys reading a self-help book.

Written by Jeyran Main

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