If you are struggling with anxiety or having flashbacks to painful memories, try an exercise called “grounding” to help you stay calm.
Feeling misunderstood? In a funk you just can't shake? Bummed out? Or just plain mad?
It is normal to feel anxiety when you are going through stressful times. If you feel like your anxiety is becoming unbearable, that’s a sign that you need to take a break and take care of yourself.
Being in social situations causes anxiety for most people, so if you experience social anxiety, you aren’t alone.
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Everyone experiences feelings of anxiety at some point in their life. Anxiety is a normal reaction to stressful events. But what happens when your anxiety starts taking control of your life?
Instead of dreading Mondays, train yourself to think positively about the start of a new week.
A technique to help you relax your body and mind and promote positive thinking.
If you want to get your thoughts back on track and feel better, mindful breathing can be a great way to relax and gain the perspective you need.
Have you ever woken up feeling anxious? You know the feeling. Your alarm clock goes off in the morning and you get that pit in your stomach. You can learn how to stop these feelings with a little knowledge and some practice.
We want what we want…and we want it now. With our fast-paced, stressful world, we don't often take time to appreciate what we have right in front of us. Sometimes waiting is actually a good thing.
When you notice that you are spending more time worrying about things than you are actually enjoying them…it’s time to think about making some changes.
Knowing who to talk to ahead of your stressful time allows you to get immediate support when you need it most.
Because different things happen each day, you will feel different feelings from day to day.
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