I don’t know anyone who enjoys worrying and being anxious. But I’ve coached many who want to overcome it. My clients seem surprised when I tell them it’s a mental habit that can be broken—with a plan and some determination. That is, a plan to find the best anxiety relief methods that work for them and the determination to practice those methods until it becomes their new habit to manage their anxiety.continue reading
Panic attacks. If you’ve ever had one, you’ll never forget it. They can be challenging to deal with. And the scary thing about them is they often come on out of nowhere. Knowing the techniques for calming a panic attack is your best line of defense when they start to rear their ugly head.
What’s the difference between feeling nervous versus a panic attack?continue reading
It’s said there are only two certainties in life; death and taxes. But I propose one more certainty—anxiety. Because everyone experiences anxiety, with the most common age group being 30 to 44 year-olds. Do you fit into this category? Does anxiety have an overwhelming pull in your life? If so, keep reading to discover some simple steps you can take for lasting anxiety relief for adults. But first, let’s take a look to see if anxiety is always a bad thing.continue reading
Life sure can be chaotic at times, can’t it? And with that comes stress. It shows up in the home, at the workplace, in personal relationships, or our health. In response, we just keep plodding along, surviving on pure adrenaline. But eventually, we burn out and become exhausted. That is if we don’t address it. Using these anxiety relief exercises below are some simple ways to tap into a more restful and relaxed state of mind helping us to be more resilient in our chaotic lives.continue reading
“’Tis the season to be ___________, Fa la la la la, la la la la!” Now, why did I put that blank line in there? We all know the missing word is “Jolly.” We also know there are other words (emotions) we could fit in there during this season. How about anxious, grumpy, overwhelmed, etc. And you know why– because it’s 2020. You know, as in Covid-19, 2020. The holidays always bring their own kind of stress, but this year especially, we all could benefit from learning a couple of anxiety relief tips to help us make the most of the holidays.continue reading
We are now entering the ninth month of dealing with Covid-19. Truthfully, I can’t think of one aspect of my life that hasn’t been affected in some way. How about you? One interesting thing I discovered over these nine months was that I have something in common with many of my friends. And that is, we all have struggled with anxiety and food challenges during Covid-19.Continue Reading