Some really good ideas
For many of us, worry is a habit. Our minds whirl as we over-analyze and over-think each situation.
Is the report good enough?
Why isn’t he calling back?
What if the loan doesn’t come though?
It’s easy to become overwhelmed and let opportunities slip away as we ruminate about past events or worry about the future. To improve the quality of our lives, we need to find and implement appropriate stress busters.
Consider the following anxiety antidotes:
Breathe. Whenever you are anxious, deeply and calmly breathe in and out. As you draw your next breath, focus on the rise of your abdomen on the in-breath and feel the sensation of the air as it fills your lungs and leaves through your nostrils.
Journal. Set aside ten minutes each day to write about your feelings, relationships, triggers, and goals. Write quickly and do not linger over each page. As time progresses…
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