Synopses & Reviews
When this important work was originally published in 1950--the first book in this country on anxiety--it was hailed as a work ahead of its time. Still just as relevant and illuminating, challenges the idea that mental health means living without anxiety, and explores anxiety's potential for self-realization as well as exploring ways to avoid its destructive aspects.
The timeless classic by the distinguished author of will resonate today with a new generation.
In this revised edition of his classic work--the first modern book on anxiety following Freud and Kierkegaard--psychologist Rollo May brings order and lucidity to the subject of anxiety.
About the Author
Rollo May (1909-1994) taught at Harvard, Princeton, and Yale, and was Regents' Professor at the University of California, Santa Cruz. An influential psychologist, he was the best-selling author of Love and Will, as well as the author of The Courage to Create, Man's Search for Himself, The Meaning of Anxiety, and Psychology and the Human Dilemma.