Books written by Bev Aisbett

Living It Up

HarperCollins Australia | December 12, 1994 | 127 pages
LIVING IT UP offers further hope and guidance for sufferers of anxiety disorders, and valuable insights for those interested in personal development. What is your "IT"? Anger? Fear? Low self-esteem? Depression? Addiction? LIVING IT UP, a sequel to the popular LIVING WITH IT: A Survivor's Guide to... More Info

Living with It

HarperCollins | December 12, 2017 | 160 pages
Panic attacks - approximately 5% of the population will experience them at some time or another. Seemingly coming from nowhere, the dread of having an attack itself, transforms the ordinary world of everyday life into a nightmare of anxiety and suffering. Bev Aisbett has survived Panic Syndrome and... More Info

All of It

HarperCollins Publishers | December 12, 2017 | 354 pages
Bestselling author Bev Aisbett's no-nonsense text, combined with her insightful cartoon images, have reassured countless people seeking help for anxiety. Now, she reveals the deep spirit that lies behind these deceptively simple books. All of It is an unflinching self-examination, an exploration of... More Info

Get Over It

HarperCollins Australia | December 12, 2017 | 160 pages
GET OVER IT is a resource to help people feel more grounded in their ability to face the difficulties in their lives. It?s about facing up to the past and, well, getting over it. As Bev puts it: ?The past can be a prison which traps us into the illusion that life is hard, that we are meant to... More Info

I Love Me

HarperCollins Australia | December 12, 2017 | 153 pages
Bev Aisbett, who has helped thousands of Australians find a way out of depression and anxiety, now shows you how to find the most loyal friend of all ...YOU! Do you feel that life has left you out in the cold? Do you feel unloved, unwanted or overlooked? Do you reach out to others for support only... More Info

Taming the Black Dog

HarperCollins Australia | December 12, 2017 | 115 pages
Don't want to get out of bed in the morning? Feeling as though the light is fading at the end of the tunnel? You may be suffering from depression, a condition Winston Churchill referred to as the Black Dog. taming the Black Dog is a simple guide to managing depression, which an estimated 1 in 5... More Info