When I first started my own recovery, on occasion I would drive to a location that I could see a bridge and watch the cars drive over the bridge. I was a bridge phobic, and unable to drive by myself. I would just sit there and watch the cars...
We typically worry about the future unnecessarily. Waiting until we are in the actual real life situation before judging a situation will help reduce fear.
When we become highly sensitized to our specific triggers, our physical response may become unpredictable. This may lead to panic disorder.
My dream has been to offer the same program that I have used to create recovery online for others to use. And it all starts with a new logo.
All anxiety is based on the idea that we can control a something. Learning to surrender to the moment offers great benefits.
There is a systematic approach to creating recovery from anxiety disorders. The 6 E’s create the roadmap to help us on the road to recovery.
Learning to limit the exposure to negative media can have a positive affect on our efforts to create recovery from anxiety disorders.
Recovery has little to do with how we feel. But rather has everything to do with our efforts. Action is required to create recovery.
When suffering from anxiety disorders we lose sight of who we are as a whole. Always remember there is much more to us than just anxiety.
Anxiety leaves us full of self-doubt. Others see us for who we are, and not how we feel. Learn to see yourself as others see you.
Learning how emotions control our life can be very helpful in the recovery process. Use a challenge as a tool for understanding.
OCD is a common manifestation of an anxiety disorder. The approach to recovery is the same as any other type of anxiety disorder.
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