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8 thoughts on “How to Take Control of your Anxiety”

  1. Anxiety can be so hard to deal with! Remembering to just breathe- deeply and slowly- can be such a big help when it hits.

  2. I deal with anxiety that are situational. For the most part, my day to day life is just fine, but it only takes one thing to make those situation anxieties to go into overload. I need to use some of your techniques to get through those moments.

  3. Your tips are really great! I think that everyone can benefit from reading and applying them to everyday life 🙂

  4. Thank you for sharing how you handle anxiety. I don’t have a constant issue with it, but since my divorce, I have a really hard time with anxiety. I started taking Xanax to deal with it but wish I could find an all natural way to deal with it!

  5. Just breathe – a great reminder for anyone, not just those dealing with anxiety. I hope anyone who suffers can get control of it – naturally or with medicine.

  6. What an awesome post, thanks for all your tips. I go through periods of heavy anxiety an always need to remind myself that I can overcome this and focus on my goal. Thanks for speaking up, much appreciated makes me see that I’m not alone

  7. Thank you so much for sharing this. I am a lot better now but I started to suffer from Anxiety a few years back when I was in a extremely abusive relationship. After I got out it took me a couple of years to stop having those feelings. it was not easy.

  8. I have frequent anxiety attacks (they’re pretty bad) and breathing don’t always work for me. I usually go outside to get a little fresh air to take myself away from the situation. That has worked wonders for me.

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