There are times in life when we all could use someone to talk to. Have you ever had one of those moments? Perhaps you have an important decision to make, or maybe things are not going very well at home or in a relationship. Most of us hesitate to reach out to friends and family. They are too busy, or they don’t have the sensitivity or confidentiality we are looking for. They also probably don’t have the professional skills to counsel us.
Therapy and counseling can offer you a safe, confidential place to talk about your life and anything that may be confusing, painful or uncomfortable. A counselor can be like the… Continue reading
What causes anxiety? What is anxiety? How do we end anxiety and become free to live our lives joyfully and in peace. Anxiety disrupts relationships, holds people back, causes people to under-perform in their work, schoolwork and careers.
Ending anxiety begins with the willingness to become aware of what you are really feeling underneath everything else.
The Choice Not To Feel is A Major Cause of Anxiety
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There are different types of anxiety. There is normal, everyday anxiety that everyone experiences now and then, and there are severe anxiety disorders that can ruin your social life, destroy your health or hold back your career. Anxiety disorders can range from generalized, low level anxiety, to highly acute, chronic and debilitating anxiety. Some people have social anxiety or social phobia. Others have panic attacks. Do you experience any of these types of anxiety?
Is Your Anxiety ‘Normal’ or Serious?
Many people don’t know if their anxiety is ‘normal’ or if it is a sign of a serious issue they should seek help for. Some people don’t realize Continue reading
Here are 5 more tips to solve anxiety, in addition to last week’s blog, 7 Ways to Quell Anxiety.
1. The worst thing is suffering with anxiety alone. I know I did this. And I hear from many of my clients that don’t even speak to their partners or spouses about their anxiety or blushing. It’s like we are trying to hide it all the time, which only makes it worse. By all means, speak to your family and friends about it. You will feel relieved and open yourself for support. You may be surprised to find out many of them are struggling with similar issues.
“We’ve been taught as children that we should not “burden others” with our problems. And finally we’ve been told that most everything is our own fault anyway, so what would we go to someone else with it? It was made very clear: we made our bed and now we have to lie on it.” ~ Neal Donald Walsch Continue reading