Haven’t been blogging for awhile- life has been really busy here. Since my last few posts – where I had a horrible resurgence of anxiety, I’m sure you might have been wondering how I’m doing! I received a number of …...―
After the horrific panic attack explosion at work the other night, I find that my thoughts are starting to get a little crazy. These thoughts have the potential to ruin this day. I can’t just hope everything will be ok, … Continue...―
The monster returns. Last night I did an extra half shift in the Emergency Department to pick up some extra hours, and I had anxiety at work like a nuclear bomb. It was horrible. The shift started at 7pm and … Continue reading →―
I just finished a very long day at work. I worked my a@@ off. As most of you know, I am a nurse, and I am so thankful to be working! Coming home after a long shift feels amazingly satisfying. … Continue reading →―
Here is an update on my journey to overcome anxiety, prompted by this email I received: Just read the blog it’s so uplifting how well your doing I need to know what you are doing differently because it is working … Continue reading...―
If you knew you could realize your biggest dream…what would you do? Who would you be? How would it feel? My biggest dream was to overcome my anxiety and panic attacks. It took me 40 years to realize that there … Continue reading →―
Today I will keep my thoughts positive. I will stay upbeat and cheerful inside. If my thoughts wander to the negative, I will notice this, and gently bring them back to positive. I will think only good things. I will … Continue reading →―
I was getting my hair done- my old nemesis- sitting in the hairdresser’s chair. It was there that I almost had a panic attack. Almost, but I didn’t. I was able to stop it just as I was about to … Continue reading →―
There were so many times in my life where I would catch a glimpse of deep happiness, but I would quickly put the kibosh on it. It had to do with my dreams and visions–things that would really get me … Continue reading →―
Did you know that your anxiety often comes in predictable patterns? The good news is this- Anxiety Patterns can be broken and overcome. What you fear goes deep into your memory and it takes practice to learn to overcome it. … Continue ...―
Minding your own business is THE first order of business when it comes to feeling less anxious and stress in this world we live in. I was inspired when I listened to Byron Katie on Oprah’s Soul Series. Byron is … Continue reading →―
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