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How not to let anxiety steal the joy in your relationships + 11 Tips in Long Island, NY.

Are you noticing that your anxiety, panic or worries keep you aloof from those you want to be closer to? Do you desire to have more rich, meaningful and fulfilling relationships, be it your love life, with your family or friends?

Read blog linked below for tips to help you have better relationships even while you may have some anxiety niggling inside.

If you’re seeking one-on-one support to help you with this work to living a better life, reach out today. Esther Goldstein is an anxiety and trauma specialist who can help you. Her office is in Cedarhurst, NY in Long Island.

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Heal the heartache. How healing attachment wounds offers anxiety relief.

Have you been struggling with anxiety that has no “apparent” cause?

There’s nothing in particular that’s on your mind, yet there’s this nagging feeling of worry, of panic or of fear. You may be dreading a time of year, a new interaction, a recent shift in your love relationship or demands your family or work life is putting on you, but none of these equate to the feeling of discomfort you’re experiencing. I so get how uncomfortable and confusing it can be to not understand the “reason” for the pain.

If you are experiencing symptoms related to anxiety but don’t have a recent stressor, or trauma that it can be attributed to, I invite you to look deeper.

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Do I have attachment related anxiety? 10 Questions to ask yourself

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:

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What is a trigger and why does it happen?

Triggers can be tricky to understand.

If you're human, you get triggered. I get triggered. We all get triggered. Triggers are part of the emotional experience on this world. However, in order to live a flexible and healthy life, we want to help you demystify your personal triggers so that you can understand them. Doing this will help you heal and learn to cope better in response to the next ones that come up. 

What is a trigger?

A trigger is the feeling you get when something happens and you have a sudden flood of negative feelings. For example, someone makes a half joking-half mean comment, and it hits a raw spot for you, and you feel destabilized by anxiety, shame, doubt, panic or sadness for the rest of the day.

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