People who experience persistent anxiety practically always operate with a negative self-view, along with a strong sense of desperation and vulnerability. This vulnerable state of mind frequently opens the floodgates to more of the physical sensations we associate with anxiety, and persistent forms of anxiety can add to one's sense of personal doubt. This reciprocating process of self-doubt and self-downing links to anxiety and creates a platform for a continuation of self-doubts. "The Cognitive Behavioral Workbook for Anxiety" offers a powerful, stepwise program for breaking the cycle of anxiety and getting back to a rich and productive life. Using the time-tested principles of rational-emotive behavior therapy (REBT), the book shows readers how to recognize and dispute irrational thoughts that can lead to feelings of anxiety. It proceeds with a programme of action-oriented steps that help readers return from the dizzy, heady realm of anxiety to a grounded and purposeful existence.