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Anxiety oftentimes comes from procrastination.  Sometimes it is hard to deal with anxiety by just changing thoughts alone.  Sometimes the best way is to act on the required behavior and suspend judgment about the feelings and thoughts that come from … Continue reading

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Have space for one more New Year’s Resolution that can help you feel less anxious or depressed over the next year for $1.00?

I wanted to pass on this idea of you if you are dealing with anxiety and depression (or not), and are still stuck with thinking about a New Year’s resolution. It’s never too late to pick one!

I love this technique, and am really enjoying using it. I’ve been using it since December 5, 2015, and it’s really working. Continue reading

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Think you are the only one who is dealing with mental difficulties?

Asking for help is pretty hard. I thought I’d post some thoughts about why you may be hesitant to consider asking for help. Continue reading

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Sleep on this.

Here is an interesting entry from my workplace’s blog, which covers ways to get your full hours of sleep at night. Continue reading

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Getting a vantage point on financial insecurity.

I am guilty of having the same kind of anxiety, but I also know that if I can remember these simple facts, my anxiety dissipates, and I am move towards compassion and work for those less rich than me. That compassion leads to a more true wealth, being a better person. Continue reading

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Another way to address fears and anxieties.

Ever since I was 4, I had a fear of heights. When I was 4, I had to walk down a flight of stairs that had no handrails, and were simply sticking out of the wall. I can still remember … Continue reading

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Stress Does Not Kill You.

http://on.ted.com/UpsideOfStress This is a TED talk on managing stress. It turns out that previous research that suggests that stress can kill you from cardiovascular and other events is not accurate. Instead, the vantage point you view your stress from determines … Continue reading

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Listening to Music Can Reduce Pain

An interesting article based on University of Utah research came out that states that bringing an iPod to a doctor’s office can be helpful for reducing pain.  It is especially helpful for people who experience anxiety. However, the jury is still … Continue reading

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Quick and Easy Way to Reduce Anxiety or Overwhelming Worry

Here is a link to a blog entry I made at the practice’s blog which I think you may benefit from as well.  It is an article describing a quick way to bring anxiety down to a reasonable level or … Continue reading

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A study looks at diet and depression and panic disorder.

Medical News | Health News – Eating your way to better mental health. Your diet is not necessarily a cure for these mental health disorders, but it can be helpful. The study found that women with a diet high in … Continue reading

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