Overcoming Anxiety

More and more, do you find yourself fighting feelings of worry? Do you feel increasingly anxious and tense? Do you obsess about things that may or may not happen? If so, you may be one of the millions who suffer from anxiety.

Why Anxiety Should Not Be Feared

When we become intolerant of uncertainty and risk, and come to fear the experience of anxiety itself, our world becomes smaller. It is time to stop dreading anxiety.

Take Control of Anxiety Symptoms

Anxiety presents in several ways, including generalized anxiety, social, academic, and/or performance anxiety, phobias, post-traumatic stress, obsessive-compulsive and panic disorders. The good news is when anxiety is addressed, it can be successfully treated.

What To Do When Anxiety Is No Longer Manageable

While it may not feel good at the time, anxiety is a needed experience. It warns us of danger and can be a motivator for us to react or move on to the next step. For many, once the body recognizes the danger is gone, things shift back to normal. It’s when it doesn’t and we live in a constant state of fear and worry, that anxiety can become a problem.

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