Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Do Not Worry, Do Not Be Anxious, Do Not Be Afraid": A Self-Help Manual for People Who Worry a Lot and Suffer Anxiety and Fear

God has made us so that we can worry, feel anxious and be afraid. Then he directs us 200 times in the scriptures to not worry, not be anxious and not be afraid. He repeats this like a loving father who wants his children to understand this and to live by it. Those 200 passages are presented here to convince you that God is driving the bus...you have nothing to worry about. You can find great peace and comfort reading and reflecting on these passages. This is an important message for these troubled times. This is a self help manual.


  • Paperback: 220 pages
  • Publisher: Outskirts Press (September 22, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1478740116
  • ISBN-13: 978-1478740117

  • About the Author

    Thomas Lamb studied for the Catholic priesthood for nine years. For five of these years he was enclosed in a contemplative monastery, where he developed a knowledge and love of sacred Scripture. Following clinical training at Indiana University Medical Center, he was appointed assistant professor in psychiatry at a major medical center. For forty years he has been treating patients with anxiety as a psychiatric therapist. Mr. Lamb also has developed therapeutic relaxation CDs titled Relax Deeply and An Authentic Treatment for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. The CDs and his book Do Not Worry, Do Not Be Anxious, Do Not Be Afraid are the culmination of four decades of clinical study, research, and practice.
            

    Biography

    Thomas left home at 14 to attend an all male high school at St. Meinrad Archabbey (Benedicton monks). The monks provided a quality education. Thomas took six years of Latin, three years of Greek and two years of French. After high school he entered a contemplative monastery for five years. His journey then took him to graduate clinical training at Indiana University Medical Center. He began his clinical work as assistant professor in psychiatry but soon landed in private clinical practice where he stayed for 40 years. His journey has been both happy and fruitful. His books and his therapeutic CDs are the fruits of his clinical work.
     
     
     
     

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