NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., May 1 /PRNewswire/ -- With the world gripped by fear of the potential deadly effects of the swine flu epidemic, how can people be adequately prepared for the dangers without being crippled by fear and panic? Dr. Robert Puff, Newport Beach psychologist, says, "People need to be informed, prepared, and then let go of fearful thoughts and be present in this moment."
People are obsessing over the swine flu breakout. Captivated by the media's frightening images, they speculate with their friends and colleagues over potential hellish scenarios, and then worse, rehash them in their heads.
"Fear is crippling, not empowering," says Dr. Puff. In his free e-book entitled Living a Peaceful Life, Dr. Puff spells out three possible ways to deal with these frantic fears. Two are typical unhealthy responses, and one is healthy:
"Are you taking the reasonable and necessary precautions to avoid contracting the swine flu?" asks Dr. Puff. "Once you've done that, it's time to manage your fears."
Dr. Puff's free e-book Living a Peaceful Life has numerous methods to treat the fears that we all have to face in life. The e-book is available at http://www.DoctorPuff.com in both pdf download and unabridged audio recording format.
Dr. Puff has given hundreds of media interviews, including print and e-magazines, television and radio talk shows. He may be reached at: 714-337-4889 (cell phone), or DrPuff@DoctorPuff.com (e-mail).
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