Jersey Shore's Vinny Guadagnino Releases New Book, Embarks on Speaking Tour

Vinny shares his struggle with chronic anxiety in his new book, 'Control the Crazy,' as well as in a national speaking tour.

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Jersey Shore's Vinny Guadagnino

Jersey Shore's Vinny Guadagnino

Vinny's useful takeaways and tips, along with his comedic wit and behind-the-scenes anecdotes, make this program as educational as it is entertaining.

Boston, MA (PRWEB) April 17, 2012

Vinny Guadagnino has made a name for himself as one of the GTL-loving stars of the MTV reality phenomenon 'Jersey Shore.' Now he shares his personal struggle with chronic anxiety, a condition that manifests itself in feelings of isolation, irritability, and helplessness, as well as in such physical symptoms as insomnia and panic attacks.

Vinny's story is revealed in his new book, 'Control the Crazy: My Plan to Stop Stressing, Avoid Drama, and Maintain Inner Cool,' which was released on Tuesday, April 17. He also plans to speak to college audiences around the country about the importance of maintaining emotional health, particularly when faced with stressful situations.

"Vinny's got a great story," says Robert Walker, the founder and CEO of American Program Bureau, a global speakers bureau that is representing Vinny for speaking engagements. "I think college kids in particular are really going to relate to him - a young guy who finds himself under a lot of pressure and in a stressful, unfamiliar situation. The combination of useful takeaways and tips, along with his comedic wit and behind-the-scenes anecdotes, make this program as educational as it is entertaining. We're very excited to help get him in front of audiences." Guadagnino plans to speak to college audiences about anxiety and maintaining balance, as well as share hilarious inside stories from his years as a cast member of 'Jersey Shore.'

Campuses or communities who are interested in hosting Vinny Guadagnino should contact the American Program Bureau at 800-225-4575.

About the American Program Bureau (APB):

In business since 1965, the American Program Bureau represents a roster of high-profile speakers from entertainers and politicians to thought leaders and academics. Learn more about APB at APBspeakers.com or find APB on Twitter @apbspeakers.


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