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Doing Byon Katie’s The Work for Panic Attacks

Tweet The last 3 days at work were long and I had some intense periods of anxiety. I was well able to handle it though. Before I went into work, I examined my thoughts by writing them down. I did … Continue reading

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Anxiety Triggers- When They Change Over Time, What to do

Tweet As we make our way on our journey out of the hell that is living with frequent panic attacks and anxiety, we may find that our anxiety triggers change over time. What used to make you panic just doesn’t … Continue reading

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Doing The Work for Panic Attacks & Anxiety

Tweet Over the past few weeks I have been feeling a lot of angst and a lot of self pity. Old tapes in my psyche of feeling isolated have been haunting me day and night. This leads to nervousness and … Continue reading

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B-9

Tweet Yesterday I got the very good news that my lump is benign. So very grateful. Thank you Lord and thank you to everyone who sent a prayer or good wish. The procedure I had done is called a core … Continue reading

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Working the Program 3 Months In

Tweet I’ve been working the 60 Second Panic Solution daily to the best of my ability for about three months now. Yesterday was an amazing day at work. It was one of those completely anxiety free days. I felt light … Continue reading

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Lumpy twins

Tweet My dog and I have matching lumps. I ended up having 2 days off this week out of the blue. I have a bunch of appointments I’d been putting off, like the dog’s yearly check up at the vet, … Continue reading

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Learning to Say Yes to Life

Tweet Living with fear and being defined by what your anxiety tells you what you can and can’t do is a recipe for misery. It is frustrating, constricting, makes you lose your self esteem and takes the spontaneity and joy … Continue reading

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Anxiety Relief: Give Yourself Permission to Get Better

Tweet I received a comment from a reader in need in my last post and felt it would benefit all of us to share it here. It is so very important to remember that anxiety relief is available to all … Continue reading

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