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First We Make the Beast Beautiful A New Story About Anxiety Summary Ø E-book, or Kindle E-pub Cus and fierce investigatory skills onto this lifetime companion of hers looking at the triggers and treatments the fashions and fads She reads widely and interviews fellow sufferers mental health experts philosophers and even the Dalai Lama processing all she learns through the prism her own experiencesSarah pulls at the thread of accepted definitions of anxiety and unravels the notion that it is a difficult dangerous disease that must be med. I m not reviewing this one A book on anxiety that made me anxious Not for me

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First We Make the Beast Beautiful A New Story About Anxiety Summary Ø E-book, or Kindle E-pub Icated into submission Ultimately she re frames anxiety as a spiritual uest rather than a burdensome affliction a state of yearning that will lead us closer to what really mattersPractical and poetic wise and funny this is a small book with a big heart It will encourage the myriad sufferers of the world's most common mental illness to feel not just better about their condition but delighted by the possibilities it offers for a richer fuller li. Sarah Wilson has long irritated me often with no discernible reason yet I have eagerly bought every book she s written That should tell you where this review will ultimately head I loved it and I was often times irked by it For some time now I had suspected the reason Sarah Wilson both intrigues and weirdly repels me is because she reminds me too much of myself When I learned she had a brand new book out on anxiety my own longtime friend I first thought Ugh Must she really uickly followed by I need to go buy that book immediately After reading First We Make The Beast Beautiful I can confirm my loveirritation relationship with Sarah relates to how I have always identified with her specifically how much of my earnestness perfectionism neuroticism perpetual striving and idealism I had recognised in Sarah In short she was a fellow anxiety warrior And thus first and foremost I want to offer a massive congratulations thank you and well done to Sarah for writing this book It s a raw personal and honest account of her most intimate personal struggle and I commend her so highly for having the courage determination and vision to pull it offThe book itself is a beautiful buy and one I will love having on my bookshelves The cover art is enchanting the solid want to run your hands all over it feel of the hardcover is just delicious and the format and typesetting is aesthetically pleasing and easy to dip into at random or at whim This is something Sarah Wilson does particularly well her books are always stunning They even smell great I went into this book during a non active phase of my anxiety For me anxiety is an accepted part of who I am like the dark side of my bright moon Over the last 7 years of my life through so much self analysis reflection and growth I have acknowledged anxiety has always been a part of who I fundamentally am It s just been given different names at different stages of my life and by different people in my life until we finally all recognised it for what it really is I haveam managing my anxiety with exercise running CBT meditation and relaxation SLEEP journal writing reading reading reading staying extremely active with my writing my sheer love of and obsession with yellow and perhaps most importantly my faith Because I am very settled in how I work with and through my anxiety I didn t begin this book desperately hoping for answers or new avenues of assistance Instead I embarked on this journey with Sarah in curiosity Almost immediately it was reconfirmed for me for the millionth time over that there is no such thing as one definition or experience of anxiety there are as many different shades of anxiety as there are people with anxiety Certainly the way Sarah experiences anxiety is vastly different to how I do There are important often eerie similarities all the way through but her journey is distinctly hers Straight away however I understood I was reading the memoir of a self aware analytical and conscientious person with an unswerving drive to understand all the timeThis account of anxiety is not tightly and methodically structured written rather with a meandering insightful self reflective tone This makes thankfully for a gentle reading experience taken at leisure with no pressure to implement anything This is no nagging self help book It feels instead like the kind of late night DM you get into with an eually yearning friend It s a ruminative contemplative exploration of anxiety Which is not to say there aren t useful strategies and ideas in here In fact this book is chock full of ideas to try all methods which have specifically helped this author The beauty of the this format means the reader can dip into the novel briefly at will and come away with a hopeful little gemDid I gain much from this bookFor sure There were plenty of aha moments for me in the reading of Beautiful Beast Ironically however most of those light bulb insights were not related to me but to my husband who has chronic insomnia but no anxiety and pertinently to my gorgeous 9 year old daughter who has anxiety I gleaned lovely tidbits for her sake from this book Often I read snippets of this book excitedly aloud to my husband glad to have a facet of how my daughter thinks or behaves better elucidatedDuring those moments I LOVED this bookUnfortunately the book also had some terribly irksome moments which genuinely detracted from my reading of it For example there were contradictions aplenty Chapters or sections advising something Sarah does or recommends are in confusing contrast to other parts of the book or even other things I had seen Sarah post online before This was frustrating to me but may actually be the result of the two year writing period editing issues the meandering and non linear structure and also the fact this Beast is indeed a contradictory paradoxical creatureThere was also frankly so much I mean SO MUCH the author does for her anxiety it was almost disheartening for a reader I mean if Sarah has tried ALL THESE methods plus all the other unmentioned things I d read about at various times I ve seen her posts online and it s still such a hugely ongoing battle for her then what hope is there for the average busy with life anxiety warrior Undeniably for me there were some problematic parts of the book which spoiled the vibe for me at times theories or methods I plain didn t agree with or were too woo woo and sections that just didn t make senseFor example her uick dismissal of CBT is most worrisome in an anxiety book considering CBT is actually the gold standard in the treatment of anxiety Further the author s cringe worthy appropriation of an explicitly Christian notion Grace with the disclaimer that she wants to leave aside the Christian notion and yet going as far as to use word for word the Christian definition of Grace as pretty much what I m talking about while still asking the reader to substitute out any references to God Why not just create another word or concept for the experience then rather than trying to de Christian an essentially Christian termFurther to that theme there was another apology to readers for sounding religious on page 294 This would have been fine in itself even if it seems to indicate Sarah was largely writing to a secular audience but it s uickly followed up with an accusation that religious scripture is dangerous numb doctrine This is a disappointing statement to read in a book which purports to be about and strives so hard to reach personal spiritual enlightenment Ie the Something Else Sarah so often talks about The passage was a brief yet alienating moment for a reader of faith who finds her faith such a deeply comforting in fact the most comforting aspect of the anxiety journey This book does not end with an ultimate answer or a healed writer And that is to be expected If I have learned anything about anxiety it is that anxiety is not simply an awful bout of flu you get over once and for all with the right healing combinationDon t come to this book expecting actual hard science or the magical answer to your anxiety because Sarah doesn t have it Instead this is her very intimate warts and all account of her anxiety along with her coping mechanisms paraphrased research she has resonated with and a wide variety of healing and soothing strategies or ideas There is plenty of scope for inspiration in this book many deeply insightful moments padded out with some fluff and woo and contradiction but at its heart a vibrant courageous eccentric imperfect and utterly vulnerable human character who has generously shared her struggles with the world The Death of Ben Linder The Story of a North American in Sandinista Nicaragua poetic wise and funny this is a small book with a big heart It will encourage the myriad sufferers of the world's most common mental illness to feel not just better about their condition but delighted by the The Last Garden possibilities it offers for a richer fuller li. Sarah Wilson has long irritated me often with no discernible reason yet I have eagerly bought every book she s written That should tell you where this review will ultimately head I loved it and I was often times irked by it For some time now I had suspected the reason Sarah Wilson both intrigues and weirdly repels me is because she reminds me too much of myself When I learned she had a brand new book out on anxiety my own longtime friend I first thought Ugh Must she really uickly followed by I need to go buy that book immediately After reading First We Make The Beast Beautiful I can confirm my loveirritation relationship with Sarah relates to how I have always identified with her specifically how much of my earnestness Something About Jace Pineapple Grove #1 perfectionism neuroticism Angels of the Sea perpetual striving and idealism I had recognised in Sarah In short she was a fellow anxiety warrior And thus first and foremost I want to offer a massive congratulations thank you and well done to Sarah for writing this book It s a raw The Four Yogas Of Swami Vivekananda condensed and Retold by Swami Tapasyananda personal and honest account of her most intimate Ted White Blue The Nugent Manifesto personal struggle and I commend her so highly for having the courage determination and vision to Landmarks of Canadian Art pull it offThe book itself is a beautiful buy and one I will love having on my bookshelves The cover art is enchanting the solid want to run your hands all over it feel of the hardcover is just delicious and the format and typesetting is aesthetically அனல்காற்று Anal Kaatru pleasing and easy to dip into at random or at whim This is something Sarah Wilson does おはよう、いばら姫 1 particularly well her books are always stunning They even smell great I went into this book during a non active Kein schwuler Land phase of my anxiety For me anxiety is an accepted The Rolling StonesA Life on the Road part of who I am like the dark side of my bright moon Over the last 7 years of my life through so much self analysis reflection and growth I have acknowledged anxiety has always been a Why Do You Kill? The Untold Story of the Irai Resistance part of who I fundamentally am It s just been given different names at different stages of my life and by different Austrian Philosophy The Legacy of Franz Brentano people in my life until we finally all recognised it for what it really is I haveam managing my anxiety with exercise running CBT meditation and relaxation SLEEP journal writing reading reading reading staying extremely active with my writing my sheer love of and obsession with yellow and Göring perhaps most importantly my faith Because I am very settled in how I work with and through my anxiety I didn t begin this book desperately hoping for answers or new avenues of assistance Instead I embarked on this journey with Sarah in curiosity Almost immediately it was reconfirmed for me for the millionth time over that there is no such thing as one definition or experience of anxiety there are as many different shades of anxiety as there are Todesengel people with anxiety Certainly the way Sarah experiences anxiety is vastly different to how I do There are important often eerie similarities all the way through but her journey is distinctly hers Straight away however I understood I was reading the memoir of a self aware analytical and conscientious The Individual Psychology of Alfred Adler person with an unswerving drive to understand all the timeThis account of anxiety is not tightly and methodically structured written rather with a meandering insightful self reflective tone This makes thankfully for a gentle reading experience taken at leisure with no The Fall Anna Kronberg Thriller #2 pressure to implement anything This is no nagging self help book It feels instead like the kind of late night DM you get into with an eually yearning friend It s a ruminative contemplative exploration of anxiety Which is not to say there aren t useful strategies and ideas in here In fact this book is chock full of ideas to try all methods which have specifically helped this author The beauty of the this format means the reader can dip into the novel briefly at will and come away with a hopeful little gemDid I gain much from this bookFor sure There were Temptation pertinently to my gorgeous 9 year old daughter who has anxiety I gleaned lovely tidbits for her sake from this book Often I read snippets of this book excitedly aloud to my husband glad to have a facet of how my daughter thinks or behaves better elucidatedDuring those moments I LOVED this bookUnfortunately the book also had some terribly irksome moments which genuinely detracted from my reading of it For example there were contradictions aplenty Chapters or sections advising something Sarah does or recommends are in confusing contrast to other Der Sandmann parts of the book or even other things I had seen Sarah Воспоминания post online before This was frustrating to me but may actually be the result of the two year writing The mathematics laboratory; 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First We Make the Beast Beautiful A New Story About Anxiety Summary Ø E-book, or Kindle E-pub This journey is what I do now I bump along in fits and starts on a perpetual path to finding better ways for me and my mate Anxiety to get around It's everything I doSarah Wilson bestselling author and entrepreneur intrepid solver of problems and investigator of how to live a better life has helped over 12 million people across the world to uit sugar She has also been an anxiety sufferer her whole lifeIn her new book she directs her intense fo. This book isn t for everybody but it was 100% for me It seems people didn t like the meandering structure or the conversational style which is a ok obviously You do you But I wanted to write a review because I found the book SO beautiful and helpful and I was sceptical before buying it so I wanted to speak directly to my fellow scepticsI have read many many books on related subjects the last ten years and I find most have a tiresome do these 10 simple things and your anxiety will be gone D D D tone That tone pisses me off Nothing is easy with anxiety nothing is straightforward or simple I was worried this book would be of that What it is in fact is someone grappling with the heartbreaking lonely always difficult daily and lifelong reality of anxiety Someone fully upfront about the bullshit the inconsistencies the lack of logic the awfulness but fronting up and doing the work bit by bit I hadn t read a book that really got into it all as much as this one did And yeah there are science based tips and advice like the other books but I appreciated the acknowledgement that most of the stuff you are advised to do is or feels near impossible when you are anxious I was grateful to be implored to try gently anyway I also liked the reference to both medical science and spiritual tradition Basically I liked the complexity of her approach Most books don t deal with the complexity the interrelatedness of high achieving and anxiety of body mind trauma disorder soul etc I also think knowing the details and reality of others experience of this harrowing incredibly painful and mostly isolating condition only helpsI m not saying it s a perfect book Bits seemed a bit far out for me Other bits were boring Yet other tiny bits didn t seem to track with my understanding of the science Whatever I don t think a book needs to be perfect to be wonderful And this book for my context and experience was wonderfulFor context to see whether you might have a similar experience of the book to me I am 29 and I have had anxiety and depression my whole life I am a lifelong high achiever driven to put work before health to the point of near suicide on several occasions and now complete burnout I revere science but have a bit of faith in what science doesn t know yet I have been on 12 13 different drugs for my disorders none of which helped than their side effects hurt I m not on drugs now and am trying to restructureredesign my life to allow for my disorders instead of trying to ignore and suppress them


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    Pdf Free First We Make the Beast Beautiful A New Story About Anxiety BY Sarah Wilson “The Chinese believe that before you can conuer a beast you must first make it beautiful”This is the author’s honest and vibrant account of her struggle with anxiety and what she has done to cope or manage it throughout her life I consider it part memoir and part self help bookI found the book interesting and helpful In it Sarah Wilson

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    Read First We Make the Beast Beautiful A New Story About Anxiety Sarah Wilson ☆ 9 Review Free read ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Sarah Wilson Pitched as a ‘new story about’ anxiety this underwhelming book has moments of cut through which are almost lost in celebrity name dropping and privileged advice There are the seeds of interesting ideas within the narrative but each time one is approached the strangely stilted structure interferes The chance to genuinely engage with anxiety in a new way is lost “We yearn for something even if we don’t know what i

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    Read First We Make the Beast Beautiful A New Story About Anxiety Pdf Free First We Make the Beast Beautiful A New Story About Anxiety BY Sarah Wilson Pro tip Don’t write a memoir like a self helpmotivational book The reason It patronises the reader and makes the author seem entirely entitled and self centred Some of the the thoughts and suggestions she gave about mana

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    Free read ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Sarah Wilson Sarah Wilson ☆ 9 Review Read First We Make the Beast Beautiful A New Story About Anxiety Sarah Wilson has long irritated me often with no discernible reason yet I have eagerly bought every book she's written That should tell you where this review will ultimately head I loved it and I was often times irked by it For some time now I had suspected the reason Sarah Wilson both intrigues and weirdly repels me is because she reminds me too much of myself When I learned she had a brand new book out on anxiety my ow

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  • Hardcover
  • 320
  • First We Make the Beast Beautiful A New Story About Anxiety
  • Sarah Wilson
  • English
  • 02 October 2019
  • 9781743535868