Hello Anxiety!

You are not your anxiety - you are so much more!

Anxiety disorders and panic attacks are an everyday experience for many of us; battling against them is tiring and unproductive. But it doesn’t have to go on like this! The systemic consultant Katharina Altemeier only realized this after she herself had battled against her anxiety disorder for many years. Now she knows that those who dare face their anxiety will be free from it eventually. Those who stand still and look their anxiety in the eye will be able to reconnect with themselves. The author takes us with her on her journey, telling us the story of her personal experiences, gathering advice from experts, and along the way giving us, suggestions and solutions for how life and levity can exist alongside anxiety and panic!

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Katharina Altemeier

Katharina Altemeier, born in 1976 and having herself been affected by anxiety disorders for two decades, she is best placed to know how it is possible to live with anxiety and still lead a fulfilled life. She sat down with her anxiety, got to know it really well,
and then turned her disorder into her professional focus. Today, she lives with anxiety, husband and son in Munich.

Hello Anxiety!

You are not your anxiety - you are so much more!

Anxiety disorders and panic attacks are an everyday experience for many of us; battling against them is tiring and unproductive. But it doesn’t have to go on like this! The systemic consultant Katharina Altemeier only realized this after she herself had battled against her anxiety disorder for many years. Now she knows that those who dare face their anxiety will be free from it eventually. Those who stand still and look their anxiety in the eye will be able to reconnect with themselves. The author takes us with her on her journey, telling us the story of her personal experiences, gathering advice from experts, and along the way giving us, suggestions and solutions for how life and levity can exist alongside anxiety and panic!

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Bibliographic Data
288 pages, ISBN: 978-3-423-35166-9
First published 2022