The Unexpected Benefits of Having a Social Anxiety Disorder

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Having an anxiety disorder sucks, but why not grow a sense of humor and try to see the bright side? This mini-comic does just that.

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5 out of 5 stars (7)
  • Maggie Hines Mar 17, 2019
    5 out of 5 stars
    Not only did the book arrive in less than two days, but it was a relatable, engrossing read about religion and life. Awesome book, cuz!
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  • Heather Goodwin Dec 7, 2018
    5 out of 5 stars
    As an avid reader, I've read many books over the years but none like this. This book carried me through so many emotions, and I appreciate the raw style of Stephen's writing. In a world where everyone tries so hard to be PC, it's rare to read something so real. Whether you agree with his thoughts and beliefs or not, this book makes you think about where you are in your own journey. The truth that he portrays so well is that it doesn't matter if you believe in God or not, it's about how you live your life and treat others. His blunt representation of mental illness hit home for me and emphasizes the importance of increased awareness and treatment for those suffering. I am so glad that despite the struggles and ignorance that he faced, that Stephen came out in a better place and shared his life with us.
    As an avid reader, I've read many books over the years but none like this. This book carried me through so many emotions, and I appreciate the raw style of Stephen's writing. In a world where everyone tries so hard to be PC, it's rare to read something so real. Whether you agree with his thoughts and beliefs or not, this book makes you think about where you are in your own journey. The truth that he portrays so well is that it doesn't matter if you believe in God or not, it's about how you live your life and treat others. His blunt representation of mental...
    Rebirth Defect: My Journey From Catholic Altar Boy to Teen Atheist to Adult Christian Metal Evangelist and Back to Atheism
  • passionatepacifist Jan 15, 2015
    5 out of 5 stars
    good job hell yeah B)
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  • Reviewed by Anonymous Aug 25, 2013
    5 out of 5 stars

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