Soothe Your Nerves: The Black Woman's Guide to Understanding and Overcoming Anxiety, Panic, and Fearz (Original) (Original)


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5.53 X 8.55 X 0.54 inches | 0.64 pounds

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About the Author

Dr. Angela Neal-Barnett is an award-winning psychologist and a faculty member at Kent State University, where she directs the Program for Research on Anxiety Disorders among African Americans. She is also the founder and CEO of RISE, SALLY, RISE(R), a company dedicated to helping Black women deal with anxiety. She lives in Tallmadge, Ohio, with her husband and daughter.


"Soothe Your Nerves is a practical, common sense guide to getting what every Black woman needs and deserves--peace of mind. The message, and the methods that Dr. Angela Neal-Barnett details in this book should not be ignored."--Meri Nana-Ama DAnquah, author of Willow Weep For Me: A Black Woman's Journey Through Depression
"As a Community Activist, primarily in the African-American community, I witness many women who unfortunately carry the weight of the world on their shoulders. In Soothe Your Nerves, Dr. Angela Neal-Barnett provides us with the key that will unlock the shackles of pressure. By defining our anxieties, we can realize we no longer have to buy the bacon and fry it up in a pan. We are free at last!"--Yvonee Pointer-Triplett, author of Behind the Death of a Child
"Sooth Your Nerves addresses the major 'invisible' health issue for women of color; anxiety, panic, and fear! Dr. Barnett provides a compregensive explanation, in laymen's terms and interesting case histories, of the causes and predisposing factors of these emotional conditions and their destructive effects on black women. As well, she offers self-help exercises and common sense workable solutions that range from conventional medicine to holistic and spiritual treatments. A must read for women, men and treatment professionals, Soothe Your Nerves offers hope and healing, which will invariably result in the empowerment of black women in all aspects of their lives."--Dr. Jeff Gardere, television and radio host, author of Love Prescription