I am somewhat surprised by Amy’s findings too, that she much preferred not having video calls with a therapist. But when I read this paragraph, it started to make a little more sense. “To my surprise, my favorite method of … Continued
Thanks to Elizabeth Tuko for not only sharing the resource, but also giving us a full review of the workbook from someone who has used anxiety workbooks before. “Recently, I came across a free, downloadable workbook focused specifically on dealing … Continued
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The article below points out what some of us already knew even before this pandemic situation. Yes, there are lots of services out there doing what they can to provide tips for dealing with anxiety, and how to support one … Continued
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When your experience tells you that something is going to hurt you, your brain will figure out how to avoid and survive it. It will naturally kick in. Again, you can learn to work around that, or maybe even ignore it, but expecting your brain to magically stop reacting is asking yourself to not be human.
Maybe instead of expecting that from yourself, or anyone, give your brain some credit for going into survival mode, for keeping you alive, and be gentle with yourself.
Even if you are in a situation where acting out of fear is silly, it’s OK to feel the fear.
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I have to admit, I did not know this. “A 2012 paper by the American Association of Suicidology cites decades of studies that underscore the training gap, and experts say not much has changed in the last several years. It found about … Continued
I know I have written and linked to pieces about this before, but I really like the way this article not only talks about some of the things we are barely scratching the surface of at this time, but also … Continued