London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) March 10, 2011 -- The February 2011 unemployment figure in the US is below nine percent for the first time in two years. This is news we all wanted to hear, but there many people who are still unable to get back to where they were this time last year. The consequences of the economic situation of the last couple of years are clearly visible to many.
Does this mean that the US economy is fixed? These are still pressure on society which we barely understand. The problems of addiction and stress in American society are becoming increasingly publicised by the likes of Tom Bour. The increase in these sorts of problems are making them impossible to ignore. American society is changing and the extent of these changes is only just becoming apparent.
The American society is broken. The huge levels of stress on the average American has resulted in massive changes in the dynamics of millions of households. It is essential that people manage their stresses and anxieties before they become even more damaging.
Charles Linden has worked with people from all walks of life. One of the reasons that this is such a successful method is because it is so complete. The system harnesses our basic survival instinct; it works with a natural, but sometimes suppressed will to fight.
It is fairly recently that we are started to acknowledge panic attacks; we are now seeing a massive increase in the level of stress in the home.
The economic turmoil of the last couple of years has left many middle and senior managers out of work. It also closed many small businesses who simply couldn't juggle the irregular work demands and the resulting unpredictable earnings. This in turn has left many families without a main income and desperate as they have fallen into an emotional, mental and physical place from which they can see not escape.
The Linden Method is a fast track to stress and anxiety management. Despite the complexities of the situations which have lead to mental breakdowns, Linden clearly explains and shows the path away from destructive responses.
There is only one effective way to control a panic attack and that means defining the emotional and physical responses to a situation. The Linden Method shows the reader how to 'unlearn' the incorrect responses and how to learn new better and healthier ones. Charles Linden cannot change the influences on every Americans life, but he can change their ability to cope in these situations.