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Setback- And A Prayer

Tweet I have been feeling so so good all of last week. In the weeks leading up to this moment, I have been studying and listening to: Byron Katie- and “The Work”. I’ve been reading and and studied her book … Continue reading

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Anxiety Setback: A Reader Asks for Help

Tweet 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 … Continue reading

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To Medicate or Not to Medicate, That is the Question

Tweet Today I’m thinking about taking a Xanax. It don’t do it often and I’m very glad for that. I used to take extra anxiety medication almost every day- on top of my usual medication, in order to be able … Continue reading

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Anxiety, Stress and Anger Management

Tweet What do anxiety, stress and anger management have in common? Well, if you’ve been trying to cope with anxiety or panic attacks for any length of time like me, a lot actually. It’s not easy to admit, but living … Continue reading

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How to Reduce Anxiety to Normal Intensity

Tweet One of the keys of overcoming panic attacks is learning how to reduce anxiety to normal intensity. When you are anxious, fears are grossly exaggerated, your thinking is all distorted and it can be hard if not impossible to … Continue reading

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