Please enjoy the following anxiety recovery counseling articles.
10 Inspirational Quotes to help challenge our Anxiety
1. ”Fear cannot enter a quiet heart.”
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How do I know if I have panic? And If I do, how can you help?
These are all good questions. And the answers vary.
One example of a panic attack might be that you went to the ER, thinking you were having a heart attack. But your cardio workup came out normal. In a situation like that, it’s very likely that you were having a panic attack. READ MORE >>
Social Anxiety, Social Phobia, and Performance Anxiety
‘Social Anxiety’ has several names. It’s also known as ‘Social Phobia’ as well as ‘Performance Anxiety’. But they all have the same general symptoms- the major one being ‘a fear or anxiety revolving around social situations’. These situations can occur with family, friends, work, neighbors, or even strangers. READ MORE >>
'WHATIF" a humorous poem about Anxiety
Shel Silverstein was an American poet, cartoonist, song writer, and children’s book writer. He had a knack for seeing the humor in everyday life. His wonderful poem “Whatif” captures the true essence of anxiety, but it does so in a way that we can laugh at ourselves. READ MORE >>
WHY DO I PROCRASTINATE?
And How can CBT and Talk Therapy help?
You know the scenario. You'd like to give that speech at work, or church. Or even at your best friend's wedding. But "somehow" you just can't. You'd like to take that night class, to learn Japanese cooking, yoga, or painting. But 'somehow' you just don't. READ MORE >>
Panic versus Anxiety - and how to tell the difference.
You're having strong physical sensations, thoughts, and feelings. It feels like you may be panicking. But you're not sure. Is it panic or is it high anxiety? Are there any differences? YES. READ MORE >>
What Is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, also known as CBT, is a cluster of techniques that involve our thinking, sensations and behaviors. It is especially useful in the treatment of anxiety and mood disorders, along with other psychotherapy techniques, such as talk therapy.
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The Three Parts Of Anxiety
Anxiety is composed of three parts: Sensations (including emotions and physical symptoms), Behaviors, and Thoughts. READ MORE >>
Can Anxiety Therapy Help?
Yes! A resounding "Yes"! Granted, I am biased. But I'm also very experienced working with many, many people who have had excessive anxiety. READ MORE >>