And Joe, together with about a half dozen other competing writers, has established what all of them more or less claim as a "sure-fire" technique to make panic attacks -and even generalized anxiety disorder- just sort of evaporate.
The only thing that can be guaranteed about Joe's methods and the others is that they probaby can't hurt you -other than financially. That said, look around Ebay for some pricing.
All of these "programs," in my opinion, work some of the time and none of them work all of the time and the only way to know if they WILL work is to try them. For more, see my journal entry called, "Ever tried...?"
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