How To Calm Down When Anxiety Strikes
Overwhelmed? Panicked? Or Just Generally Out Of Sorts?
First, take a moment to ask yourself a few questions—What is it I do when I feel overwhelmed with work, my relationships, or simply tire of doing the same thing over and over and getting the same results? Maybe Nothing So Far???
How do I deal with adversity? Perhaps Not So Well???
Are you currently in a time and space where you feel unable to make changes even when you know some change is necessary or even vital? Most Likely —Or You Wouldn’t Be Here On This Page.
You aren’t alone. It takes the average person an estimated 30-250 days to change any single behavior. If the first thing that comes to mind is UGH!!! Or I can’t wait that long. Think again. Think ahead. Think about where you are now and how long it’s taken you to get here. I guarantee it will take you a lot less time to do things differently especially with help and support.
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- How do I know if I need counseling?
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You can learn ways to reduce stress, anxiety and handle many of the issues and problems you may be struggling with. Research shows that working with a counselor or therapist, combined with addressing problems as early as possible, is the quickest way to go about feeling better, faster.