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How to Be Powerful in The Face of Anxiety

Tweet Living at the mercy of anxiety is painful. It restricts you, feels awful, and makes daily living very hard. Nobody wants anxiety or panic attacks, but many people continue to be riddled with anxiety, even after they seek help. … Continue reading

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Passionflower for Anxiety Relief

Tweet Today I came across this article on herbal remedies for anxiety on my Facebook news feed and I decided to read it.  (There was an article the other day on anxiety that sort of pissed me off and who knows, maybe that’s … Continue reading

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Social Anxiety stole my personality, or did it?

Tweet Katy asked on Facebook, “Does anyone with social anxiety feel like they have no personality? I feel like social anxiety and depression from an early age has taken my personality or it didn’t grow like other people’s.” This comment … Continue reading

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My first time out Grocery Shopping in a month…

Tweet  The respiratory thing I had since February is finally starting to lift and I am beginning to get my energy back- hurray! There is nothing like being sick for awhile to make you really, truly appreciate your health. Something about being down and … Continue reading

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The Anxiety Monster tried to ruin my spin class

Tweet A few weeks ago I had a nasty ear infection that turned into a sore throat and cough. It wasn’t anything serious but I missed 2 days of work and had to take antibiotics. The cough’s been lingering and … Continue reading

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Why Anxious People Use False Safety Behaviors & What You Can Do Instead

Tweet Today we’re going to talk about anxiety safety behaviors, how they make you feel better in the moment, why they really don’t help us in the long run. And finally what to do instead of relying on them to … Continue reading

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Why You MUST Be Kind to Yourself After an Anxiety Setback

Tweet A reminder to you that when you are having a setback with anxiety and things seem to feel all wrong, how important it is to be kind and gentle to yourself. Yesterday at work I was off my A … Continue reading

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Nonresistance and Panic Attacks – watching fear melt away

Tweet “Nonresistance is the key to the greatest power in the universe.” – Eckhart Tolle I am learning that this is even true with very strong negative emotions like anxiety. Last weekend I went to a Broadway show with 2 … Continue reading

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