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Anxiety Be Gone: Tools to Reduce Anxiety by Anna McClelland, LMFT

Everyone experiences anxiety at times. For example, it’s normal to feel anxious before a job interview or when an assignment is due. This kind of anxiety is normal. Anxiety is a problem when our body reacts as if there is danger when there is no real danger. Some anxiety stressors are: work, school and personal […]

Managing Anxiety in Recovery by Greg Binns, LMFT

There are LOT of reasons that you might be feeling anxiety in recovery. Here is a short but by no means exhaustive sample:  -being in recovery means you’ve given up your most well-practiced coping skill, leaving you feeling uncomfortably -exposed you’re still dealing with the messes that your past self left for your current self -you’re […]

Daily Practice to Manage Anxiety by Sara Loughlin, LCSW

Most of us experience anxiety to some degree. A little anxiety is even helpful: it can motivate us to be organized and keep our home tidy, or prepare thoroughly for an interview, or go the extra mile to make a good impression on a date. However, a lot of the anxiety we experience is not […]

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