Review - From Irrational to Rational by Tara Hayes

By Carmen, 22 February 2020
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Year Published: 2019

Genre: Self-Help; Non-Fiction


Have you dealt with anxiety for numerous years? Maybe you are new to the world of anxiety. Have you felt helpless and hopeless? Are you ready to stop anxiety? If so, you are not alone and this book is for you.

In this book you will discover:

The real-life anxious experiences of the author and how they may align with your life

Several subtypes of anxiety

Natural tools and compelling techniques to eliminate anxiety

Science-backed ways to reduce anxiety

Long-term reclamation of your life

Happiness is within reach! Anxiety is treatable, no matter which type you’ve been labelled with. The best part is you don’t have to rely on medication to do it! Let’s tackle the anxious beast together and start your journey to recovery!

About the Author:

Tara Hayes is a Self-Published Author who currently writes non-fiction. She enjoys writing from personal experience and hopes to engage her readers as well as empower them to take control of their physical and mental health.

When not writing, Tara is intrigued by spirituality, the universe, and the law of attraction. She strongly believes in the power of the universe and strives daily to become completely aligned. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting but aspires to have both a successful self-publishing and wellness career.

She currently resides in South Jersey, where she has lived for many years.

Connect with the Author:

Facebook: Tara Hayes Facebook

Buy the Book:

Amazon: Amazon Purchase Link

My Take on the Book:

I’m not someone who has had experience with anxiety, but I have heard/read a lot of advice about it.

This book is very short and doesn’t go into a huge amount of detail – it gives short pieces of the author’s own anxiety experiences, and then focuses on some ways to reduce it. Most of these ways weren’t new to me, and even though I don’t have anxiety myself – I do a lot (if not most) of these things.

I ended up giving this book a three star rating and got a copy in exchange for an honest review.

Last Word:

Though this was a nice short book – I think a little bit more depth would have benefitted this book.