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When a Loved One Has Anxiety

When people you care about or love have problems with anxiety, the most natural thing in the world is to help. You may find yourself wanting to reassure them that everything will be OK. That sounds good, but in other blogs, we’ve discussed how reassurance can...

Cumulative Stress Leads To Anxiety

Anxiety is often caused by an accumulation of stress that all of us experiences in life.  The key to avoiding this tipping point where stress becomes anxiety is to de-stress whenever possible.  I found the article below that has 10 very good tips to help you de-stress...

SAD Or Seasonal Anxiety Disorder

“The coming winter months bring shorter days and colder weather, prompting many people to complain about a lack of energy and negative changes in mood. In short, it’s hard to feel sunny when there’s, you know, not much sun. But to some people these feelings can...

Avoiding Holiday Anxiety

“The Garland retiree sat with his buddy, content and at ease, as others breezed by toting their latest gifts and hastily moving on to the next item on their list. But while the holidays understandably bring a heightened level of chaos and uncertainty, Wattwood...

Overcoming Anxiety Through Kindness

Overcoming Anxiety Through Kindness and Meditation By Susan Piver. Recently, a member of the Open Heart Project wrote asking if I knew of any meditations for dealing with anxiety and this really started me thinking. I struggle with anxiety myself and it has been...