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Summary

Psychiatrist Hideki Wada explains how we can turn our worries into strengths in order to make it through this “time without answers.” For those of you who are prone to worrying even when there’s nothing to worry about, Wada explains what we should be worrying about, and how to change your worries into positive steps forward in life. This volume was written for a general audience and is easy to read.

Message from the author:

“This volume on “how to worry” introduces a variety of techniques and methods I’ve discovered through my work as a psychiatrist, and have helped me out in my own personal life. I used to be the kind of person who would worry about anything and everything, but with the help of the methods contained in this book, I feel that I’ve become a much healthier, more productive person.

During my career as a psychiatrist, I’ve written a variety of books, directed films, and made a lot of new friends, but I feel like I wouldn’t have been able to do any of this if it weren’t for these methods on how to worry.

In life, no matter how many problems you’re able to solve, another one will come along immediately after. It’s during times like these that using the “How to Worry” method will help you worry in a healthier way. You will also be able to learn from times in the past when you’ve spent lots of time worrying, and learn from those experiences.” 

Contents

・There are “right” and “wrong” ways to worry.

・Learn how to distinguish things you can change from things you can’t.

・Healthy ways to worry.

・Does worrying help us grow?

・”Work” over “worry.”

About the Author

Hideki Wada

With a rich educational background, attending medical school in both Japan in the United States, Dr. Wada specializes in psychological care. Wada is one of the first Japanese doctors to gain popularity abroad for his approach to psychology and self help. He is currently a lecturer at the International University of Health and Welfare, a psychological advisor at the Kawasaki Koh Hospital, an irregular professor at Hitotsubashi University, and the head of the Hideki Wada Clinic.

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