Tim Clare - Coward: Why We Get Anxious & What We Can Do About It
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- 14th May 2022
- Adult, Over 14s only. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.
Writer, poet and musician Tim Clare talks honestly about his own struggles with anxiety and what might help us all.
Tim Clare has suffered from anxiety and panic attacks for over a decade. At their worst, his attacks would see him curled on the floor, screaming to his wife for help. When they became more than he and his family could manage, Tim made a promise to himself - he would try everything he could to get better, every method and medicine.
In Coward, Tim Clare explores all the possible treatments for anxiety, from SSRIs to hypnosis, running to extreme diets. He interviews experts and becomes a guinea pig, testing their methods on himself. At the end of a year of many ups and downs, Tim discovers what helps him (and what doesn't), and what might help others. Most of all, he comes to rethink anxiety and encourages all of us to do the same.
Photo Credit © Andy Sapey
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