"Social Anxiety - Starting Blocks" Published; Can Religion/Spirituality Give Real Hope To People With This Mental Illness

Top Quote A Review Article1 shows that treatment using Religion/Spirituality has a very positive result reducing anxiety. The success rate varies from 49% to as high as 78%, whereas the most popular cognitive therapy is not nearly as effective. There is a gap between the psychiatrist and patient views on the use of Religion/Spirituality that can cause a delay in recovery. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) March 23, 2016 - Randburg, South Africa - With the eBook "STARTING BLOCKS - From Bloodsucking Emotional Vampires To Help From The Unseen Realm", Dirk Le Roux urges people suffering from Social Anxiety to be aware of help from the "Unseen Realm".

    As shown in the article by Dr. Harold G. Koenig, Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Associate Professor of Medicine Durham, North Carolina and Distinguished Adjunct Professor King Abdulaziz University Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabia, the use of R/S (Religion/Spiritual) in therapy enhances chances of recovery immensely.

    Dr. Koenig states: "religion provides resources for coping with stress that may increase the frequency of positive emotions and reduce the likelihood that stress will result in emotional disorders such as depression, anxiety disorder, suicide, and substance abuse."

    According to an ABCNews poll2, only 13% of Americans have no religion, but, sadly only a small percentage of psychologists and physicians discuss religion/spirituality with their patients.

    Dr. C Wilding from the School of Community Health, Charles Sturt University, Albury, said: "Spirituality is a phenomenon that provides meaning to life. Spirituality can help a person cope with mental illness. Spiritual beliefs can make everyday occupations more meaningful and health-enhancing."

    "Starting Blocks - From Bloodsucking Emotional Vampires To Help From The Unseen Realm" looks addressing the whole person - Body, Mind and Spirit. By dealing with Social Anxiety from this perspective there is an excellent chance of beating the illness permanently. This fact brought to the attention of the more than 10 million Americans suffering from Social Anxiety can be life-changing and reduce medical costs dramatically.

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