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The Anonymous
Concern Hardcover Book

A COLLECTION OF
100 WOMEN’S ANONYMOUS
RELATIONSHIP
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

“The Anonymous Concern: A Collection of Women’s Anonymous Relationship Questions and Answers” is a compiled book of 100 real anonymous concerns inspired by the women of “Group Therapy BY yana”.

From anonymous concerns about threesomes, cheating and divorce, to dealing with depression, and overcoming anxiety, we cried, we laughed, and we disagreed (a lot!) but, at the end of the day, we loved, we cared, and we empowered!

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What is “The Anonymous Concern”?
In 2015, after hitting a few rock bottoms and an encounter with a suicidal thought, I was inspired to create a safe haven for women to anonymously talk about real life and all its hardships.

“Group Therapy BY yana”, a Facebook group which began with only 50 women, quickly developed into a social movement which provides a positive outlet for women to anonymously ask questions, and build connections through community and support.

“The Anonymous Concern” invites women to anonymously ask personal questions about various topics, in hopes of support, advice and guidance.

Why would anyone want to send in an anonymous concern?
We’re all going through something and those ‘somethings’ are not always something we feel comfortable sharing with friends and family. “The Anonymous Concern” is a way for women to open up, gain support and seek advice without any judgement.

What to expect?
“The Anonymous Concern: A Collection of Women’s Anonymous Relationship Questions and Answers” is a compiled book of 100 real anonymous concerns inspired by the women of “Group Therapy BY yana”.

From anonymous concerns about threesomes, cheating and divorce, to dealing with depression, and overcoming anxiety, we cried, we laughed, and we disagreed (a lot!) but, at the end of the day, we loved, we cared, and we empowered!

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