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Anxiety & Emotional Grit + 8 Tips in Five Towns, NY.

Is there a connection between your anxiety and your levels of emotional grit?

Yes there is! But first, what is grit? Grit has been defined as perseverance, relentless commitment and passion for long terms goals. We need grit to make relationships last, to show up for our families, to stick to our dreams and to pick up the pieces when things fall apart in our lives.

Want more about cultivating grit, perseverance and emotional resilience? Read more!

Psychotherapy and Anxiety counseling in Long Island. Book your first session with therapists at Cedarhurst office today.

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6 Tips to Guide your Grief & Anxiety Healing

If you’ve experienced loss, divorce, death or emotional hurts that are leaving you grieving? Read on for tips on how to move through the grieving process and reduce anxiety. Book a session with expert anxiety and trauma expert Esther Goldstein LCSW in her Cedarhurst office today so you can begin feeling better.

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5 Coping Skills for Anxiety in Long Island

Live in Long Island and seeking relief from anxiety? Reach out to anxiety and trauma expert Esther Goldstein LCSW to schedule your session today at her Cedarhurst office in Long Island, NY.

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10 Silent Signs of Emotional Neglect + 1 Tip to Start Healing

Emotional abandonment or childhood emotional neglect often leave lasting marks that impact your self esteem, how you show up to loved ones, work and your children.

Read about the 10 silent signs of emotional abandonment + 1 Tip to begin your healing today.

Anxiety and Trauma therapy in Five Towns, Nassau County and Long Island, NY.

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6 Skills for Relief from Anxiety+Stress + Psychosomatic Pain

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!

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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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