You, Me, and Anxiety: Take Action Over Anxiety to Enjoy Being You
Are you or someone you know struggling with anxiety?
Is the stress and pressure of daily life manifesting in physical symptoms like a stomachache, headache, trouble breathing, or sleepless nights?
Do you wish you or someone you love could just be happy and enjoy life?
Are negative thoughts and what ifs keeping you or someone you love from doing activities, sleeping at night, or enjoying relationships?
No stranger to anxiety
Dr. Robyn Graham is all too familiar with how anxiety can hold you back from experiencing the joy of being yourself and following your dreams, especially as teen girls and young women.
Robyn doesn’t want teen girls – or their parents – to experience the same challenges she’s experienced.
You, Me, and Anxiety is a trio of books that provides answers, strategies, and insight for teen girls and their parents, as well as a journal to help those struggling to take action over anxiety to navigate it and live more joyful and purposeful lives.
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Advance Praise for "You, Me, and Anxiety"
Parenting an anxious child while you’re an anxious parent
After all these years of waiting for the “parenting an anxious child while you’re an anxious parent” handbook to arrive at my doorstep, I can finally stop waiting! This handbook has arrived, and it’s been created in such a comprehensive way. Dr. Robyn Graham shares with us a teen and parents edition plus a workbook/journal to support readers to “do the work” even when they aren’t feeling particularly motivated. Robyn’s writing style is relatable and authentic. As a parent of two anxious teens, I felt like she was talking to me as I read through the pages of the parents’ edition. Robyn, this body of work is going to change lives for generations to come. Thank you for sharing your gifts so generously. You are making a huge difference for anxious teens and their parents!
Emily Golden, MCC – Executive & Career Coach, Author, Speaker
She writes with such warmth and empathy
After 30 years of helping individuals and parents manage anxiety in themselves and their children, I have read a lot of books on this topic. Dr.Graham’s You, Me, and Anxiety is going to be one I recommend to my clients moving forward. She writes with such warmth and empathy. The book offers an understanding of what anxiety is, how it presents, what it truly feels like, as well as specific ways to manage it. The author includes real-life stories and examples as well as techniques and scripture. The result is a valuable resource for any parents or teens struggling with anxiety. This book could not have come at a better time!
Kim Swales, Ph.D., Parenting Coach and Host of Connecting with Dr. Kim Swales Podcast.
Raw, authentic, and hopeful
In You, Me, and Anxiety, Dr. Robyn Reu Graham endeavors to connect with her readers (and her former teenage self) with a uniquely personal narrative. The book is a raw, authentic, and hopeful portrayal of her life living with anxiety. While not a mental health professional, Dr. Robyn Reu Graham weaves practical recommendations for coping with anxiety into her personal narrative in a very down-to-earth and readable format.
Ruth Rosenberg, M.D., Psychiatrist
Who needs You, Me, and Anxiety?
Both the teen and parent books will help you identify anxiety, recognize its symptoms and triggers, and help you (or your teen) take intentional action to navigate it so that it no longer has a negative grip on your life. These books are perfect for teens and parents who feel overwhelmed by anxious behavior, the inability to do perceived normal things, and/or who experience any of the following possible signs of anxiety:
- Struggles to get out of bed in the morning
- Dreams of getting a good night’s sleep
- Has stomach flips at the thought of going to school
- Feels lonely or isolated
- Is reluctant to hang out with friends or go to parties
- Often feels irritable or angry
- Has frequent stomachaches and/or headaches
- Is fearful of trying new things
More Advance Praise for "You, Me, and Anxiety"
Are you ready to take action over anxiety but aren’t sure which edition of You, Me, and Anxiety is right for you?
When writing You, Me, and Anxiety I thought of the family unit.
The teen edition is written to help teens recognize and navigate anxiety while recognizing their strengths, seeing their potential, and feeling hope while making good decisions.
Navigating anxiety is a team effort, and that is why I created the parent edition of You, Me, and Anxiety. Parents, I want to help you recognize anxiety, what triggers your teen to behave certain ways and to communicate and work together to effectively navigate anxiety while maintaining peace in your home.
The You, Me, and Anxiety journal was created so that readers of either edition could take immediate action over anxiety. You can immediately do the recommended activities in the books and use the journal as a safe place to record your thoughts and feelings around the day-to-day experiences of living with and navigating anxiety.
If you are a teen struggling with anxiety, there’s good news: you aren’t doomed! In fact, even with anxiety, you can live a happy, joyful life and experience the fabulous things your peers are experiencing.
This book does not promise that overcoming and managing anxiety will be easy, but it will show you that you have the ability and tools to navigate through it.
Are you ready and willing to take intentional action and embrace the recommendations included in You, Me, and Anxiety so you can go from feeling stuck in a negative cycle to unstuck and proactively changing how you feel—every day?
Let’s do this!
Do you ever wonder what it might be like to know what’s going on in your child(ren)’s life? Why they are so irritable or behaving differently than you’d expect? The good news is you no longer have to feel isolated as a parent who doesn’t understand their teen. In fact, even with anxiety, your child(ren), can live a happy, joyful life and experience the fabulous things their peers are experiencing.
This book does not promise that overcoming and managing anxiety will be easy, but it will show you that you have the ability and tools to help your child(ren) navigate through it.
Are you ready and willing to take intentional action and embrace the recommendations included in You, Me, and Anxiety and help your child(ren) do the same, so you can go from feeling stuck in a negative cycle of family chaos to unstuck and proactively changing how you approach every day?
Let’s do this!
The key to navigating life with anxiety is taking action and this journal will guide you on the action to take to discover a more peaceful, joyful life.
I don’t promise that using this journal will make overcoming and managing anxiety easy, but it is a tool to help you navigate through it. The more action you take, the better your outcome will be.
Are you ready and willing to take intentional action and embrace your thoughts and feelings and transfer them from your mind to paper? This is the first step in navigating anxiety and feeling better about yourself and the world around you.
Let’s do this!
About Dr. Robyn Reu Graham
Dr. Robyn Graham is an anxious introvert on a mission to help teen girls go from feeling anxious to relentless by sharing her life-long journey with anxiety and the tools and resources that helped her not only survive but thrive. As a clinical pharmacist, former professional photographer, and marketing and lead generation strategist, Robyn has witnessed both the clinical and social complications of anxiety and how it holds people, especially girls, and women, back from achieving their goals and dreams. Robyn is a mom to Joshua, Samuel, and Grace, wife to Dr. John Graham, dog mom to Stella and Kona, and a daughter, sister, aunt, and friend. This is her first book.
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