After a decade of living with panic attacks and anxiety, Tim Clare made a promise to himself - he would try everything he could to get better, every method and medicine.
His year of treatments took him from anti-depressants to hypnosis, running to extreme diets, ice baths to faecal transplants. At the end of it he discovers what helps him (and what doesn't), and what might help others. Most of all, he comes to rethink anxiety and encourages all of us to do the same
Coward: Why We Get Anxious & What We Can Do About It
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4 May 2023
Tim Clare is a writer, poet and musician. He won Best Biography/Memoir at the East Anglian Book Awards for his first book, We Can't All Be Astronauts, while his fiction debut, The Honours, was longlisted for the Desmond Elliott Prize. He has performed his work at festivals and clubs across the world, on BBC TV and radio. Tim has also written for the Guardian, The Times, the Independent, and the Big Issue, and presents the fiction writing podcast Death Of 1000 Cuts.