I'm pretty sure most people know what are the "normal" signs of anxiety. Those are the ones that are talked about the most. Did you know there are some that some you may not know of? I know for sure I didn't know about a few of these until recently. Let's take a look at 8 … Continue reading 8 Little Known Side Effects Of Anxiety.
Gosh it seems at times worry haunts me. It’s either waiting around the next corner, or I feel so oppressive it is like a second skin. Over the years I have learned some ways to help me cope with, and to overcome my worries. Using deep breathing techniques. Being aware of your breathing, and slowing … Continue reading 10 simple ways to break free from worry
Anxiety is the opposite of fun, and when we struggle with it, we just want it to go away. Unfortunately, some of the things we’re used to doing, even things that we do because they lessen our anxiety in the moment, can actually make anxiety worse.
For as many good reasons there are for seeking therapy, there are as many doubts people have about visiting a mental health counselor. Let’s look at a few...
“Everybody has anxiety”. How many people have heard this from someone in their lives? The answer is yes we do all experience anxiety in our lives. So how do we differentiate between a “typical” anxiety response, and one that is beyond the scope of what is classified as “typical.” A normal anxiety response tends to … Continue reading Signs You May Have Anxiety Disorder
Disorganization and clutter can take a toll on mental health. Let's look at a few ways they keep us from feeling and being our best.
It is well known that anxiety disorders have a genetic component and children with parents that have anxiety are more at risk of also developing anxiety. I have read articles that stated that children with an anxious parent could be up to five times more likely to develop anxiety then there peers who do not … Continue reading Breaking The Cycle of Anxiety In Families – Helping your Child Remain Calm and Confident in a Worry-Filed World
Like most siblings, my brother and I fought, bugged each other but we also stood by each other, supported and encouraged each other. What makes our relationship unique, is my brother has a learning disability and lives with mental illness. He is very emotional and sensitive. My brother was about a year or two when … Continue reading What Is It Like to Support a Sibling With a Mental Illness
Often when we start thinking about the next day, the next year, the next few years and sometimes even the next few hours we begin to worry. We may think about something bad happening at our jobs, with our families or with our health. Some of us may be in a financial situation … Continue reading How to Stop Worrying About Your Future with Help from Mindfulness Practice
I don't know about you, but I had no clue for years that I had anxiety. I just thought I was odd. You know the kind where you don't want to address it cause someone might think you're crazy. Yep, that's so what I thought. Let's talk about anxiety and break down some walls! I'm … Continue reading 7 Signs of Anxiety