Anxiety Nearly Killed Me is the true story of an innocent child who grew up afraid of the world. Just before she gave up entirely, she found the secret to creating a peaceful, happy life. In her book, she outlines ways people approach the world, and themselves, through the negative filter that anxiety creates. Never has sound advice about how to tame the beast of fear within been more crucial than now, when threats of doom and destruction seem to be ever increasing.
Jan Hafner has been teaching people for decades how to understand themselves better and how to make small, manageable changes to achieve the results they want. After her own recovery from an emotional trip to Hell, she turned her knowledge, experience, and passion toward helping others win the battle against the number one mental health issue in the United States today: anxiety. She explains how anxiety is created and how it inadvertently escalates to epic proportions, creating chaos in its wake. Her memoir is filled with stories of her personal journey and is by turns gutsy, poignant, funny, and tragic. She survived her past and is now thriving in the present. With this book, Jan hopes to help others to learn to live a calmer, more peaceful life out of the grip of anxiety and fear, one breath at a time. Jan has come to believe that our travels here, though they sometimes bring sorrow, are meant to be filled with an abundance of love and joy. Let her help you discover how to create that happier path for yourself.