People Who Deal With Addiction, Substance Abuse, Recovery And
on: April 6, 2009, 3:05 am
Author: Stanley Popovich
discusses how alcohol and substance abuse will not take away a
8, 2009-Pittsburgh, PA- Your fears, anxieties, and other problems
have the best of you and you don’t know where to turn for
help. At some point you feel totally helpless as you struggle
each day. In these cases, some people will use alcohol or other
substances to feel better.
Popovich, author of 'A Layman's Guide To Managing
Fear' understands that fear and anxiety are very common
with people who deal with addiction. Many people use alcohol or
other substances to take away their problems and fears. That is
a mistake. In the short run, alcohol or drugs might make you feel
better, but in the long run these addictions will only make things
worse. Alcohol and substance is not the answer to dealing with
your fears and anxieties.
National Institute of Mental Health reports that approximately
1 in every 5 adults suffer with the anguish of a fear-related
disorder. Here are some quick facts:
· 18.8 million American
adults will suffer from depression this year
· 2.3 million American adults will struggle with Bipolar
disorder this year
· 9.1 million American adults have an anxiety disorder
· 2.4 million American adults will experience a panic disorder
· 3.3 million American adults will be treated for OCD this
· 5.2 million American adults will experience Post-Traumatic
Stress Disorder this year
can have a devastating impact in a person’s life. What is
worse is that many people do not know where to turn for help.
Mr. Popovich knows what it is like to deal with fear and anxiety.
Mr. Popovich wrote a book that focuses on those strategies that
will manage fear, anxiety, and depression. A person who reads
Mr. Popovich’ can get many ideas on how to deal with fear,
anxiety, OCD, depression and other mental health issues.
book is easy to read and provides instant help. The book is geared
for both the religious and non-religious person who struggles
with fear, anxiety, OCD, depression, panic disorder, suicide,
and bipolar disorder. Stan’s book is not a substitute for
the guidance of a professional.
your fears, depression, and anxiety have the best of you, it is
easy to feel that things will not get any better. This is not
true. There is a great deal of help available in today's society
and the best way to deal with your fears is to find effective
ways to overcome them. The key is to be persistent in finding
those answers that will work for you.
of 'A Layman's Guide To Managing Fear' can be
obtained at http://www.managingfear.com.
Stanley Popovich is available for interviews and can be reached
by email at email@example.com