Personal Path to Recovery

Georgia Riedel
Georgia Reidel Author Interview

What is a common misconception you feel people have about agoraphobia?

The misconception is that agoraphobia is a fear of open spaces, however most agoraphobics are not afraid of open spaces, but of public spaces and situations, because they are afraid of having a panic attack and will not be able to receive help.

What is one thing you hope readers take away from your book?

I hope readers take away from my book inspiration and courage to follow their personal path to recovery.

Do you plan to write future books on this topic?

I have no plans at this time for a future book.

Author Link: Amazon

This guidebook is intended to help and aid those who suffer from anxiety, fear, and panic attacks.

Beyond Agoraphobia details my story from being diagnosed and hospitalized to successfully recovering from the debilitating effects of agoraphobia and panic attacks. Inside you will find an effective and proven recovery method including specific skills and techniques to help you conquer stress, anxiety, fear, and panic attacks.

​As someone who suffered from the devastating symptoms of agoraphobia for more then thirty years before a complete and full recovery, I know how difficult and challenging it can be to turn your life around. However, I not only believe its possible I know its possible, and so do the clients who made the decision to embrace.. the positive and proven recovery program included in this book that helped them and will help you recover from the terrifying symptoms of agoraphobia. Start living the life you desire!

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