If you read last blog all about anxiety and have been struggling with pain and psychosomatic stress, read below for 6 tips for relief today!Read More
Last blog discussed attachment and anxiety that you have that may be related to an attachment injury or attachment trauma. For more clarity, ask yourself the following questions to see if you may have attachment related anxiety:
Attachment related anxiety? 10 Questions:Read More
Did you know that anxiety can be expressed in many different kind of ways? Anxiety has many different forms of expression and based on the symptoms, has its own name.
I’ve written below about 6 common anxiety disorders. Continue reading for more info and a quick and easy anxiety relief tip!Read More
If you read the last blog and realize you may have, gulp, anxiety, don’t let yourself freak out just yet! As mentioned, anxiety is one of the most common mental health struggles in the United States, and it’s totally treatable!
If you or a loved one has anxiety, I’ve delineated tips to help you experience relief when the anxiety creeps up!
Read below to learn 10 easy skills for relief!Read More
Anxiety is one of the most common mental health conditions in the United States. According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, anxiety disorders affect 40 million adults in the United states, age 18 and older. The good news is that anxiety disorders are highly treatable, but get this, only 36.9% of those suffering are receiving mental heath treatment.
Now, how do you know if you're one of those people who are experiencing the common anxiety, or if it's simply day to day stress?Read More
Last blog addressed what triggers are and where they come from. This blog is going to dive a bit deeper into how to support yourself when you are experiencing a trigger or stressful event, and are needing skills for relief.
As we mentioned last week, one of the ways to work with triggers is to ground yourself, and orient to the room around you. This week we are practicing orienting yourself to your body so you can support yourself when triggered. Next, I will give you 6 steps for you to practice for relief.