The Foundation of the Wilf Campus for Senior Living presents

How You Can Become More Hopeful, Connected, and Happy

Abbe Greenberg & Maggie Sarachek

Wednesday, January 12, 6:00 PM

Anxiety was already the most common mental health disorder in the United States, and then came the Pandemic. So if you’re feeling anxious, join the club. More specifically, join the Anxiety Sisterhood. Abs (Abbe Greenberg) and Mags (Maggie Sarachek), AKA the Anxiety Sisters, have spent the past thirty years figuring out how to outsmart their anxiety-ridden brains, and the last five years sharing what they’ve learned with a growing online community of more than 200,000 like-minded sufferers from 200+ countries who are looking for ways to cope better every day.

In their new book, THE ANXIETY SISTERS’ SURVIVAL GUIDE: How You Can Become More Hopeful, Connected, and Happy (Avery/TarcherPerigree; Paperback Original; September 14, 2021), Abs and Mags offer everything you’ve ever wanted to know about anxiety but were too anxious to ask. Whether readers are looking to better understand and manage panic, worry, stress, or phobias, or just want to pause the endless spin cycle in their head, Abs and Mags offer real-world, non-judgmental, research-based techniques, exercises, and insights—without the clinical, confusing, one-size-fits-all approach that isn’t so helpful when your mind is racing, your anxiety is in overdrive, and you just want to get back to feeling normal…ish.

The Alexander Joseph Kaufman Author Series is dedicated by Sherryl and Michael Kaufman in memory of Michael’s younger brother, Alexander.