The Good News About Worry
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William Backus, bestselling author of Telling Yourself the Truth, has written this book to show readers how their faith can effectively help them deal with worry and anxiety. Utilizing the life-changing principles of misbelief therapy developed in Telling, Dr. Backus shows that anxiety can be beaten by faith in God.
Thousands of people have seen their lives improve with the help of Dr. William Backus. Here he explains how misbelief therapy can be used to replace worry-producing thoughts with peace-giving truth. Practical and realistic, this book doesn't promise a worry-free life, but it does show readers how to ease and reduce anxiety and even use it to become the person God wants them to be.
Proven, Time-Tested Help for AnxietyAnxieties come in many shapes and with varying degrees of intensity. They condition our response to life in countless ways, often limiting us and limiting what God can do through us. If worry is stealing your peace and joy--if you find yourself avoiding certain situations or tasks or people--this book is for you. Using the same step-by-step methods that have helped clients and readers for many years, Dr. William Backus explains the root causes of anxious feelings and how they can be overcome.Understand your anxiety betterIdentify how it affects you physically, mentally, and spirituallyReplace worry-producing thoughts with peace-giving truthThe good news about worry is that there is a way to deal with it in faith, diminish its power, and become the person God wants you to be.
Dr. William Backus is founder of the Center for Christian Psychological Services, and an ordained clergyman in the Lutheran church. He is also a licensed Consulting Psychologist. He has a master's degree in theology from Concordia Seminary in St. Louis and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Minnesota. ýDr. Backus has conducted follow-up studies of his clients, which show a 95 percent improvement rate, compared to a 67 percent success rate for other methods of therapy. The difference, Dr. Backus says, is "the truth of God as revealed in the Word." ýIn addition, he serves