Dare: The New Way to End Anxiety and Stop Panic Attacks

By | November 18, 2017
Dare: The New Way to End Anxiety and Stop Panic Attacks


‘EVERY ONCE IN A WHILE A BOOK COMES ALONG THAT COMPLETELY TRANSFORM THAT FIELD -THIS IS THAT BOOK FOR ANXIETY’

There’s a new and faster way for anxiety relief, but few have ever heard it. Most people are advised to either just “manage” their anxiety or medicate it away.

If you’re tired of just managing your anxiety and want a powerful natural solution, then apply the ‘Dare’ technique as explained in Barry McDonagh’s latest book.

Based on hard science and over 10 years helping people who suffer from anxiety, Barry McDonagh shares his most effective technique in this new book. The DARE technique can be used by everyone, regardless of age or background, to live a life free from anxiety or panic attacks.

In this step-by-step guide you will discover how to:

  • Stop panic attacks and end feelings of general anxiety.
  • Face any anxious situation you’ve been avoiding (driving/flying/shopping etc.).
  • Put an end to anxious or intrusive thoughts.
  • Use the CORRECT natural supplements to relieve anxiety.
  • Boost your confidence and feel like your old self again.
  • Fall asleep faster and with less anxiety each night.
  • Live a more bold and adventurous life again.
IMPORTANT: THIS IS MUCH MORE THAN JUST A BOOK

It also comes with a free App for your smartphone as well as four audios for quick anxiety relief. With these new tools you can apply the DARE Response in any situation that makes you anxious (e.g. driving/shopping/traveling). Help is now with you wherever you go!

  • Dare The New Way to End Anxiety and Stop Panic Attacks

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  1. Victoria Rose
    281 of 296 people found the following review helpful
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    Coming from the worst of the worst and a non-reader, this book changed my life overnight., April 30, 2017
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    First off, I have been dealing with on and off panic disorder since the age of 8, and by age 12 I thought I had completely overcome it and was doing very well. I had been in a constant state of “flow”, as Barry would call it, for a good few years other than the occasional social anxiety–Up until the fateful day in 2013 at age 15 when panic struck out of literally nowhere. I was even at home. However, I didn’t recognize it as panic at the time. I was so caught off guard I thought it had to have been a health issue. Maybe a heart attack or maybe there’s something REALLY wrong, like, I’ve been terminally ill for years and just don’t know it yet. There was no other explanation. After some ER visits, a couple of heart monitors and echocardiograms, I was disappointed to figure out that it was just panic–yes, I was disappointed. It’s so much easier to cure a physiological issue than a psychological one. After that incident, I was in a constant state of panic. I had the panic attack that never ended, that kept me bound to my bed (thank God for homeschool). It was a 24/7 panic attack for a good few months, the counselors were baffled, since panic attacks are usually very short lived compared to lasting for weeks or months at a time. It’s true, though, my heart rate was constantly elevated close to 200bpm, I saw danger in every corner, I didn’t want to leave home, or be alone, at ages 15-17, I wanted to die because it just would NOT end. And basic relaxation techniques provided and repeated to me once a week were certainly of no use to my case. For those few years I would always say that if this year doesn’t get better, I’m going to give up. I guarantee you, I have read more panic and anxiety cure articles and forums than anyone on this planet. I’ve been through many counselors. I have tried supplements which were actually the only thing that didn’t seem entirely useless. Some supplements do help, as stated in the book. However, in general, I was constantly taking one step forward and ten steps backward. I had really lost all hope a few times. I was fear stricken even in the “comfort” of my own home. I saw the risk in everything–no matter how small–never the benefits. I thought I had completely lost it at one point, refusing to eat the majority of food for fear of a “sudden allergy”. Looking back that sounds literally insane. I couldn’t be in a car for more than 30 minutes at a time or I would get claustrophobic and panic. I was afraid of dying in my sleep. Afraid of passing out, anywhere and everywhere. (Dizziness was a main symptom for me, as I have fainted in the way past and remained terrified of the sensation years later). Afraid of flashing lights for fear of “a seizure”. Wouldn’t dare to be out of sight of a “safe person”. I would’ve been genuinely content living in a hospital at that point because I felt it was the only true safe zone. I hadn’t seen any friends in those few years. Anxiety had stolen almost three years of my life. Three teenage years. Not to mention, half of my childhood before this new bout came along. I missed out on many opportunities. Anxiety aside, I could have really had a lot going for me. It’s quite sad looking back on it. Now the reason for the intense elaboration on my personal story/panic disorder is because I want to emphasize that I had it very, very badly. If I can make it through, literally anybody can. I had it so bad that I eventually couldn’t relate much to the anxiety forums online anymore because my attacks were so intense and the sensations became so weird that it was almost as if I had entered some sort of psychosis. I wasn’t apart of reality for months at a time. And feeling alone in it all did not help, I’ll tell you that.

    Now that we have that out of the way, I’d like to share my journey to the healing part of my panic disorder. Before I get into where the DARE book played its part, I liked to start from the beginning of the journey by saying that by the time I had turned 18, (last year), the anxiety and panic had calmed to a point where it wasn’t a constant state anymore. (I will say though, if I found this book back then, it would’ve come to that point a lot sooner). This was probably due to me reuniting with some supportive friends, finding some new music groups and shows that I loved, and could get passionate about. Also, I am very sure that taking certain supplements (5-HTP, magnesium, vitamin D3, L-theanine) that a great doctor I was seeing recommended to me had also played a part in that as well. (Don’t sleep on supplements) However, although I felt better than the two previous years, I was still a slave to my anxiety and panic. It ruled me. I still only went out with friends once a month or less, I used those music groups and shows as a constant distraction and ended up neglecting school work. No matter how elated I felt that my anxiety was going down slowly but surely, it still was not moving quickly…

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  2. Pat Bryant
    348 of 362 people found the following review helpful
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    Get to the other side by going right through it…., September 15, 2015
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    In the summer of 2014, out of the clear blue sky, I had my first panic attack on an a flight from Atlanta to Chattanooga, TN. Fortunately, I was able to exit the airplane before takeoff, but began to spin rapidly downward into a world of which I had no understanding – in fact, completely bewildered, scared, and depressed. Most people have no idea what’s happening when they have a panic attack, and I was no different. After seeing my GP (who diagnosed it immediately), I scheduled 6 sessions with a well-meaning but relatively ineffective counselor who recommended relaxation techniques that were only mildly effective. I was in a season of job change, and this was going to effect it radically, as I was heading back into consulting with consistent travel, meetings, interactions, etc. Panic and anxiety was exploding into agoraphobia, to the point that I couldn’t go to the back of my local grocery or club store without feeling the walls closing in on my life. I was in prison.

    Only by the grace of God did I stumble upon Barry McDonagh and the Panic Away program. I consumed every ounce of his information, and began to practice his techniques: 1. Say “so what is the worst that can happen?” 2. Fully and completely accept and allow the discomfort (NOT DANGER) or anxious feelings and thoughts 3. Face it down – dare it to do its worst and 4. Engage in another activity – dwell in the moment to reacclimate the brain.

    Unlike many other programs, Barry’s counter-intuitive approach of addressing our fears and anxiety head on forced me to deal with discomfort in a new way, and to prove to myself that I could push through anxiety and stretch out my boundaries. Anxiety is no longer something from which to “be cured,” rather, it’s a condition that I’m learning to welcome and live with, converting anxiety into excitement. Barry’s approach is warm, intelligent, common sensical, and effective. No matter if you’re a newbie like me, or have dealt with this for years, there’s life change in this book.

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  3. Amazon Customer
    149 of 164 people found the following review helpful
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    DARE! The Book That Saved My Life!, August 8, 2016
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    My name is Sam and DARE Has Given My Life Back!

    First off, I know what your thinking are all these reviews written by people who work for the company. I don’t blame you I was in your shoes 5 months ago. I was desperate to try anything that would give me my life back. I didn’t tell anyone what I was about to do I would be judged for trying something off the internet that’s completely different than what our Doctors, friends and family would recommend but I was scared of what the rest of my life would be. I was scared to be in my own skin I had many anxiety/panic attacks and it lead me to depression. I had no idea what the book DARE was about to do to for me and everything around me in March 2016 after I purchased the book. After 5 months of daily reading and applying the DARE techniques I have a life I have always dreamed of. I have had anxiety my whole life my first attack was when I was 12 years old after a funeral I thought about death all of a sudden I couldn’t breath I was in the back of a car I thought I was dying I didn’t tell my parents. My anxiety and panic attacks started 2 years ago when I fell at work, lost my best friend, lost money in my business and was having our third child my walls were caving in everywhere I looked. But because of DARE my family, business and health is the best its ever been. This book will transform your life. I have become more courageous, brave and learned to treat myself the same way I treat the people I love. My kids have their dad back I’m more fun and involved in there lives heck I even coach there soccer team. My relationship with my wife is the best its ever been because of the sound principals Ive learned within this book. Most of all I’m starting to enjoy waking up and spending the day with me this is by far my biggest accomplishment from DARE. If I was to die tomorrow I would die a happy man because DARE helped me to learn to have a life I thought would always be someone elses I believe in myself and what I’m capable of because anxiety isn’t in the way. Buy the book you wont regret it Ill be there cheering you on when you join us. DARE FOR LIFE!

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