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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Anxiety has become a kind of epidemic in society. We live in a world where we search for love, acceptance, and validation from the outside world, and do not connect with our inner selves. Girl Behind the Fence: Anxiety by Mozelle Martin and other authors gives insights about anxiety and how with the right help it can be brought under control. This book and The Girl Behind the Fence series will help readers find their unique journey and lead them toward a happier, more peaceful, and balanced life. These are real stories written by real women for real women to help readers to create the life they want. The book speaks about the different types of anxiety and gives good tips on how to take control of anxiety without medication so that anxiety can stop being controlling.
The authors speak about a relevant topic and their suggestions and advice will definitely help readers. This entire series tackles relevant subjects like anxiety, anger, depression, co-dependency, and more, and will guide readers on how to take control of their lives to make it peaceful, healthy, and happy. What makes this book engaging, interesting, and helpful is the good healing tips and tools for readers which can be applied to their lives and practiced without much difficulty. The stories are informative and they give hope to readers. It is an excellent guide for those readers who want to begin their healing journey and do not know where and how to start.