According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, anxiety disorders are the most common of mental disorders and will affect almost 30 percent of adults at some point in their lives. Author Wes Woodson’s I Have Anxiety (So What?): The Unapologetic Guide to Owning Your Anxiety explores mental health, anxiety, and self-empowerment for Generation Z, the most anxious and depressed generation. Woodson dispels the level of shame that exists around talking about anxiety and mental health overall with a narrative that aims to free his generation from striving to be perfect and, unapologetically, moving towards accepting themselves unashamedly.
I Have Anxiety (So What?) educates the reader about surefire ways to take control, and includes personal stories about those who have learned to better manage their anxiety and succeed at self-improvement. The book is a testament to how authentic storytelling combined with scholarly research comes together to encourage the reader to take back the power from their anxiety once and for all!