Letting It Go

  • by Laurie Weiss
  • Narrated by Melinda Wade
  • 2 hrs and 6 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Learn a revolutionary new process to help you rapidly release anxiety and stress, using only words! Experience the freedom that comes from effortlessly managing previously distressing situations and even forget to worry about things you used to obsess about. Download this book today and reclaim your life energy and the joy that is your birthright. Release your anxiety and toxic stress in minutes using the revolutionary new technique revealed in this practical book. If you are tired of everyone telling you to just let go of things that bother you - but not giving you any useful information about how to do so, you will love this book! Now you can easily learn this highly effective new process to help you release anxiety and stress in just a few minutes using only words. This book contains specific instructions that show you how to:

Stop worrying about things you can't control
Manage challenging situations
Stop imagining disasters
Turn off the thoughts that keep you awake at night


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Wish it were longer, it was that good…

TARGET AUDIENCE: Most of us! I know few people who don’t struggle with some anxiety in our modern world. Most of us could benefit from this book.

STORY LINE: I was skeptical of this book to begin with. I was thinking that maybe I could pick up a few tidbits to use with my clients (I am a therapist), but wow. I wish it were longer, and contained even more. This is a straight forward, simple, easy to understand guide to letting go of our anxiety and stress. At just under 3 hours, anyone can read this. It is not written with psychobabble, but written with simple, easy to understand, plan jane English.

NARRATOR: Excellent. The prosody and flow of the reading of this book was terrific. I usually read my books at the fastest level that my audio book readers will allow. This narrator was still very easy to understand. Did not every need to rewind to catch anything.

OVERALL: Absolutely will be recommending this book to my clients.

“This audiobook was given by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom.”
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- Spudboy


I was extremely eager to read a book of this nature, and I'm more than pleased to have found such a brilliant one! This book was written well, concisely, each chapter is an average of 15 mins long (according to the audio book version), and there are around eight chapters. The narrator delivered it well, clearly, and professionally.

I admit that while I was drawn to the book, after having listened to the first chapter- I became overwhelmed, and quite sceptical. But now, I can honestly say that this book challenges the overly used phrase 'too good to be true'. For me, my burdens were quickly becoming too much to deal with, that I'd try to escape them- indulging myself in a book, or a tv show, procrastinating, or avoiding the source of the issue. It was at that point that I felt the only way to move on was to forgive. But when you keep everything bottled inside, not many people recognise the pain they caused you. And it happens again, repeatedly. For me, this book helped me understand that I don't need to forgive, just let go of all the resentment. This served as a reassurance, and it was a beautiful message, relieving me of the pressure I felt to stop taking things to heart, and relieving me of the guilt I felt for resenting someone I felt I shouldn't.

But in the same way, it was frightening- just the idea that there are others out there going through the same ordeals, or ordeals more painful than I could ever imagine. Sometimes when people are wronged, they speak of forgiveness. Others claim that they have no right to deliver this forgiveness, for the crime is much greater than them alone. For me, I felt like I had this duty to forgive and I was repulsed by the idea altogether. As you can imagine, the pressure never really went away.

This book was incredibly helpful for me, I take comfort in words. Communication is invaluable, and words reflect far more than we can sometimes think: it's not enough to say actions speak louder, as this isn't always the case. Often, the silence is enough. When communication is lacking, one may feel isolated, broken, like they aren't enough for you to explain yourself to. That's quite possibly the worst feeling. But, Dr. Weiss reassures us that it's all about how we respond to this stress, she understands that not a lot of stress can be taken away but it can be worked on. Sometimes we feel limited in what we can actually do, restricted, and tied down: outside of responsibilities, more so an abyss or even a cage of numbing fear. That's when words are the most helpful- we should all be able to reassure ourselves, strengthen ourselves and build ourselves back up. Using words is quite possibly the only way to do this: it's sustainable and independent. It's a skill we should all acquire, and Dr. Weiss offers us a crash course in how we can possess this skill, and maximise our energy immensely.

I have already begun to delve deeper into this subject of Logosynthesis, it's fascinating what it can achieve! I recommend this book to anyone and everyone: it's easily accessible to all, Dr Weiss uses simple language and covers all sorts of stressful situations. This is actually something I found the most helpful, she uses descriptions of other individual cases to help the reader understand how to appropriately use words to tackle the stress. These stories while often uncomfortable to listen to, provided comfort in encouraging the reader to face their own fears, and vulnerabilities: to be able to say them aloud and feel them fall away. Quite astounding.

I was voluntarily provided this review copy audiobook at no charge by the author.
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- Sara Niña

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-27-2016
  • Publisher: Empowerment Systems