Let’s face it. We all worry. Many of us worry about the fact that we worry too much. “Is this normal? Is there something wrong with me?” are among the many thoughts which cross our mind. We are reluctant to talk about it…after all, we feel, that no one really knows what we are going through. Well let me set the record straight.
One of the most common complaints I see in my practice are clients who are struggling with anxiety.
One of the most common complaints I see in my practice are clients who are struggling with anxiety. I see it everywhere. Not only at work, but also among friends, and with the children in my life. So if this is the case, is it really true that no one understands? In fact, the opposite is true. Over 20% of the Canadian population does in fact have a mental health diagnosis of some sort. This number is probably even higher, but statistics can only account for those who actually report their symptoms.
So how can we learn to manage anxiety without it taking over our lives? Or hinder our willingness to put ourselves out there and experience new things without feeling completely overwhelmed?
I use the following methods in my practice to help my clients find acceptance and harmony when living with anxiety.
Keeping all this in mind, treatment for anxiety takes time and is hard work. Real change is slow and it all right to be patient with our own emotions.
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