A lot of us understandably feel anxious about what’s doing with Coronavirus. Fear about getting sick. Panic about not having enough food and supplies. Concern about work or school. And just plain uncertainty about how it’s going to play out in the coming weeks and months. All of these thoughts lead to anxiety. And what…

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Anxiety got you down? If you wrote a letter to your anxiety, it might look something like this: Greetings Anxiety, You and I have been close friends for some time. In fact, I can’t remember a time when you haven’t been in my life. You have kept me from doing things I would enjoy. You…

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The search for mind-relief often takes many detours. For many, the search ends in the self-help section of a bookstore and/or days, months or years of seemingly endless Google searches. Many promises turn out to be dead ends because while relief is promised, it is often elusive. Hard as you try, change just doesn’t stick.…

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I call them secret because those who live with anxiety and panic every day do so with quiet bravery and silent resolve.  It’s like the outside of you smiles, while the inner you braces for another wave of anxiety to pounce.  And pounce they do . . . while you are in the car, at…

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