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Mental Health Support. Treatment For Depression, Anxiety and Stress with Zen.

Of course you want to feel calm, balanced and positive no matter what is going on in your life. But you’ve probably tried so many books, treatments, programs, etc., you don’t know who or what to believe anymore. You want to stop feeling stressed and uncertain more than anything else, and you should.

Here’s how I can assist you. My name is Dr Brenda Shoshanna and I’ve been working in N.Y. as a psychologist, Zen practitioner, author and teacher for over 30 years. I’ve devoted my life to applying Zen principles to problems in everyday life. I’m the author of Zen Miracles, (Finding Peace In An Insane World), and Zen And The Art of Falling In Love, among many other books.

If you give me 5 minutes and set everything else aside, I promise that a wonderful discovery awaits you today.

See if this sounds familiar? Leida had difficulties with her significant other and also with important people at work. Rather than be able to handle the situations easily and then go forward, she remained pre-occupied and upset all day long. Finally, blaming others for her difficulty, she left her job and relationship and started looking for new ones. Even though she eventually found them, to her despair, Leida discovered the same situations repeating again and again.

Even if you do not wish to go further at this moment, we would like to offer you a free subscription to Dr. Shoshanna’s monthly ezine:

This ezine is dedicated to creating healthy and uplifting relationships. Filled with articles, discussion, exercises and tools, it provides keys to unlocking relationship problems, and making your life and relationships all they can be.

"I want to thank you for your wonderful, profound and enlightening work. When I picked up the book I was going through an emotional crisis in my relationships and needed an unmistakable guide. This was It.’

"The Marymount Manhattan College Center wishes to thank you for your enlightening and fascinating journey into the world of Zen. It was thrilling and exciting. It really helped us feel calmer and clearer and took a lot of anxiety away. We look forward to your next series of lectures."

"Brenda Shoshanna is one of our most favorite professors and friends. Her program is fantastic. It has turned around the lives of many. The Seminary would certainly be a different place without her."

"I used to just wait to enter class each day and take the wisdom. I have been to several classes at BNU, but none came even close to the experience I had in your class. I feel like a new person now."

I promise your situation is not unique. And more importantly – your situation is NOT hopeless.

The big problem is that people who suffer from stress and anxiety have been fed 4 big myths by everyone from doctors, to authorities, to media.

Myth # 1 – It takes a long time to get over anxiety. You need years of therapy, medication, etc.

Myth #2 – How you feel depends on what’s going on around you. If you change your life situation, where you live, or relationship you’ll feel better.

Myth #3 – If you’ve been a victim of abuse or trauma, you will have to carry the wounds around, perhaps your whole life long.

Myth #4 – The fourth is that someone else will be able to give you the strength and comfort you desire. Someone else has your answers.

The first thing you need to understand is why the ways in which you’ve tackled these issues hasn’t brought you true peace of mind.

You don’t realize that life…