Quote: “Start where you are, use what you have.”
So, presumably, you have read through these 4 posts:
(a.) MONEY & THE FUTURE
(b.) INCOME & JOB SECURITY
(c.) RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHER PEOPLE
(d.) PHYSICAL & MENTAL HEALTH
Of course, a certain level of worry is normal in everyone’s life – we all worry about some common things – but when worrying becomes anxiety it isn’t just uncomfortable, it can impact your mental and physical well-being, and it can get worse if you don’t do anything about it. Luckily, there are really effective coping strategies that can help reduce the sense of anxiety and insecurity about life.
Seeing a clinical psychologist, for anxiety counseling can help you talk through your worries and learn coping techniques such as meditation, deep breathing, and mindfulness to help release overwhelming feelings and regain a sense of calm. The more these techniques are practiced, the easier it becomes to perceive problems as smaller and more manageable.