Free E-Book: Stress and Anxiety

Are you struggling to manage your stress and anxiety? Download our Free E-Book with tips and strategies from our therapists!

Stress and anxiety are part of everyone’s life. But, sometimes, it gets to a point where it takes the wheel of your life and holds you back.

When stress and anxiety impact your daily routines, get in the way of the things you used to enjoy, or creep into your relationships, it may be a sign to take a closer look at it.

The good news is that there are ways to manage your stress and anxiety and work through them. Thus, we put together this Free E-Book to help you understand your symptoms of stress and anxiety and learn new ways to cope.

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    What will you get from our Free E-Book: stress and anxiety?

    • A 20-page free resource you can read on any device and/or print.
    • Some of the most common questions about stress and anxiety answered by our experienced therapists.
    • Practical tips to help you manage your stress and anxiety.
    • A few questions to help you reflect if you have an anxiety disorder.
    • A breathing activity with a scientific explanation and detailed steps for you to put into practice (plus a link to a video with our therapist Brandon Muncy demonstrating it).
    • A list of recommendations, including a book, podcasts, and videos, about stress and anxiety for you to check out.

    How an e-book helps me manage stress and anxiety?

    Right now, you might be wondering how a free e-book about stress and anxiety can help you. Well, the idea is to be a starting point in understanding what is going on with you and helping you feel better.

    While an e-book won’t fix your problems, it can be a guide to help you make necessary changes in your life.

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    Do your fear your stress or anxiety are out of control? Have you been feeling you can’t deal with it alone anymore?


    According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), almost one-third of U.S. adults will experience an anxiety disorder at some point in their lives. If you feel anxiety is running your life, taking up more and more space, you should consider anxiety treatment.

    Keep in mind, that having an anxiety disorder is not the only reason to seek help. If you want to learn how to manage your everyday anxiety, our therapists at New Connections can help you feel calmer, more balanced, and connected with yourself.

    Reach out to us with any questions or concerns. We are here to help!