Today, I came across a thread that you started about your partner having trouble sleeping and suffering from anxiety (2008). I've had all sorts of wierd symptoms for a year or so and have been around the houses on various remedies. I'm now convinced my recovery must come from within and have been doing some core belief investigation with a councillor leading into nlp stuff. . Amongst other stuff I recently came across http://www.anxietynomore.co.uk/ . This site plus the book sort of summarises all that i know i need to do from my other sessions. i'm not advertising the book - just a happy punter. If your partner still suffers from anxiety the book is well worth the 10 quid or so rather than suffer for years on drugs which probably won't cure him/her.
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