I have a 20-25 minute commute to work each day. I use that time to listen to CDs that help me with stress and anxiety. This practice has truly has helped me be more comfortable at work.
Several years ago, my sister gave me a CD on mindfulness meditation by Pema Chodron. I think it was around the time I started this blog.
Back then when I listened to it, I admit it didn’t really do anything for me. I couldn’t really relate to it much. Sometimes I think you have to be in the right space to receive a message or to learn a new practice or technique for relieving stress and anxiety.
Recently I have been really keeping up with my discipline of anxiety self help and self improvement in general on my daily commute. Since I have to be in the car for that amount of time anyways I try to put the time to good use. Continue reading
Life is funny. I started this blog in earnest to document my recovery from anxiety and panic attacks. I have had ups and downs over the years.
And recently, the best solution I have ever experienced, literally fell right into my lap. I am so happy, I couldn’t wait to get this message out to you, my dear readers, who have stood by me through thick and thin.
A few days ago, I received a complementary copy of the 60 Second Panic Solution in my email. To be honest I usually don’t even open emails from people who have new products, as they are usually crap. But for some reason, maybe God felt it was time to answer my prayer for healing, open it I did. Continue reading
Today we are going to revisit the topic of anxiety setbacks. We all have them, and boy can they set us off big time. To put it mildly, they suck! Today’s post is inspired by a reader comment on a previous post.
I am breaking down what the reader Tonya said and looking at it piece by piece. Follow along, we are all in this together. All recovery from anxiety is basically the same, so see if you can relate to her feelings…. Continue reading