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What it’s like constantly Googling Anxiety Symptoms…

Ugh, Google 🙄 Living with anxiety makes us hyper-aware of every sensation. Instead of letting them pass on by, we immediately grasp onto it and start analyzing it from every angle. ⁣ Feeling sick with anticipation. Barely able to type…

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What is Emotional Maturity?

Very few things are cut and dry, this or that.  Emotional immaturity comes from the inability to process emotions + have awareness of other people’s perspectives. Many of us are emotionally immature. We live in a society/in homes that don’t…

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Mantra For Self Healing

People had dynamics of codependency, where they believed they are responsible for people’s emotions.They are hypervigilant: did I make someone bad?Did I seem rude?Can I say that?Is it ok to not want to spend a holiday the way my partner…

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The Unseen Cycle of Depression

When the trigger happens, a response follows it. It’s important to recognize how your triggers affect you. You experience something in life—large or small. Rather than see it as what it is – an objective experience you process it with…

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Who Is The Enemy???

Don’t allow moods to control your action The real problem comes when your self-talk steals opportunities from you or pushes you toward actions that aren’t good for you. Self-talk can become so familiar to you that you don’t even notice…

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Anxiety and Its Impact

A runaway train that no one can stop. Most people don’t take charge of their lives because they aren’t exactly sure what to do. By the time anxiety has taken over, their mind is fraught with worry and negative self-talk—a…

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Locating The Source of Your Anxiety

Everyday anxiety can steal your mental health, your emotional confidence, and your physical well-being. It can cause sleeplessness, lack of appetite, overeating, low-grade depression, and a variety of physical ailments such as upset stomach, headaches, or nervous tics. A Common…

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Diary of an anxious person

It’s 2, 4, 10, and 12 mostly among people! 👉 Which numbers do you relate to the most? Let me know in the comments ⬇️⬇️⬇️ 1 – I wake up with a tight feeling in my chest2 – Caffeine makes…

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What and How of Anxiety and Depression

Notes and Pill Bottles Depression and Anxiety aren’t like what you see in the movies! Depression and Anxiety can be the biggest smile on someone’s face! Anxiety can be the most outgoing person in the room! Let’s normalize the true…

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Are You Struggling With Persistent Depression

I’m curious to know; what have you taken a step back or away from recently that helped you feel better? Persistent depression (the clinical term for a low grade or mild depression) is a common form of depression that people…

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