Anxiety Tip #1
For those of you who have followed me for any amount of time you know I have worked hard to move past my anxiety. After years of letting it build, it took a long time, literally years undoing all the unhealthy, negative self-talk I had in my head.
First, you should know, anxiety shows up for all of us. Even after you have worked on it, there could be something that sparks you or perhaps, health reason because you added edginess. The difference is when you have worked through it you have the chance to redirect it a lot faster. Before I started turning things around, it is fair to say I had a certain anxiousness about me almost all the time. Through time I was able to shake it off after a couple hours, and now, I can generally turn it around within minutes. I say generally my friends, we ALL have bad days.
I decided to start a round of Anxiety Tip blogs and will keep it going for as long as I have tips to share. You will get at least one a week, at times more. Hoping these mini tips help turn your anxiousness/anxiety to build a happier, healthier YOU!! You are worth it my friends.
Start a journal, I know what you are thinking but stay with me a minute.
One very important thing to determine before you can turn it around is when it shows up. Even for me, someone who had anxiousness almost all the time, I needed to pinpoint when/why it was showing up. Of course, there are different things that spark anxiety, at least for me, but there is usually one underlying cause. For me it truly was a lack of self-confidence and positive self-efficacy.
In your journal I recommend the following:
I recommend continuing to journal at least until you start seeing the patterns shifting. After that point, I still highly recommend it but adding in more then just when anxiety was sparked.
Till the next tip my friends…
2/19/2020 12:59:26 am
This is a helpful tip for anyone suffering with anxiety. It is not easy to deal with this feeling that will suddenly feel at any time of the day, but knowing how to deal with it is a great help. Having a support group, whether it's with the people who also have anxiety, or it can be your own family or friends. People who suffer with anxiety don't usually open up to anyone, but it's better to share your experience to help them understand you. It sure is better to log your daily experience to know yourself and know your triggering factor.
2/23/2020 06:41:43 am
I am hoping the more the conversation is brought up the more open people are to talk about their struggles. Often the simple act of talking about can alleviate some of the anxiousness/anxiety behind it.
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