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  1. Reading is a good way to put your mind to something else. And I've been doing just that during the 1st lockdown in my country. I found a book that I just went through called "Anxiety & Depression Workbook for Dummies." For those who've never read anything from the "for Dummies" series, don't be fooled by the title. It's not for dummies, it's just very detailed. Personally, I've found a few tips which were helpful for me, especially in its 9th Chapter where the authors (clinical psychologists) advise on actions to be taken to overcome anxiety and depression. If anyone has read or wants to read it, I'm all ears if you want to discuss it. And if you have any book suggestions, I'm all ears too.
  2. Hi, one good method to forget about anxiety, which I was told, is reading. And I've been doing just that during the 1st lockdown in my country. I found a book that I just went through called "Anxiety & Depression Workbook for Dummies." For those who've never read anything from the "for Dummies" series, don't be fooled by the title. It's not for dummies, it's just very detailed. Personally, I've found a few tips which were helpful for me. If anyone has read or wants to read it, I'm all ears if you want to discuss it. And if you have any book suggestions, I'm all ears too.
  3. Hello, I'm interested in knowing how others deal with anxiety and loneliness. I've also taken a new hobby during the first lockdown in my country, reading or listening ebooks/audiobooks about mental health. And since entering a 2nd one, I've gone back to it. So, if anyone has a good suggestion for books, I'm all ears. And I'll do the same for the books that I found somewhat instructive/useful.
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