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Using Accountability Partners for Anxiety – Would You Partner With Me??

Tweet The concept of group think or groupthink (whatever you prefer) and using accountability partners for overcoming anxiety is very appealing to me. Group think a support group model where people come together to brainstorm different ways to reach goals. … Continue reading

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Self Motivation for Anxiety Recovery

Tweet I’ve been thinking a lot lately about Self Motivation. The topic has come up for me lately with my working through my anxiety challenges- and also from reading your recent comments here. Recently a friend said to me, “I … Continue reading

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Stop Being A Victim – You Deserve So Much Better!

Tweet Do you ever play the victim when it comes to your circumstances? Do you ever fall into self pity because of how hard your life has become due to anxiety? I guess it’s only human to feel that way … Continue reading

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Feeling Better One Day, Then Defeated The Next

Tweet We look to our doctors for answers or scour the internet searching for something to help us understand why, when we feel so great one day that a setback can come and absolutely devastate us. It’s as if zero … Continue reading

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Chronic Anxiety: Doing the Best You Can With What You’ve Got

Tweet If you suffer with chronic anxiety, you will have times when things go smoothly and you hardly notice your anxiety or think about it at all. And then you will have times when every little thing seems to bother … Continue reading

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Isn’t Your Blog Too Depressing?

Tweet When I decided to start writing this blog a couple years ago, I really thought about it for awhile before I actually published anything on the world wide web. And I talked on the phone about my plans for … Continue reading

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Top 10 Reasons Your Anxiety May Never Get Better…

Tweet 1. You spend more time reading and researching the internet and bitching on anxiety forums about your anxiety than actually working on it (and count that as work). 2. You aren’t really very interested in your recovery from anxiety. … Continue reading

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Learning How to Control Anxiety- Both a Challenge & a Choice!

Tweet One of the things I love most about anxiety recovery is that I have so much control over the direction of my life. Learning how to control anxiety is the biggest challenge- and joy- in my life today. I … Continue reading

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