This course shows you how to cope with your anxiety through concrete exercises that you can utilize on a day-to-day basis. This course challenges you to look at past relationships and how these relationships may impact how you cope with and manage your anxiety.
You find yourself worrying non-stop.
You feel alone in your feelings related to anxiety.
You’ve tried podcasts, meditation, and journaling, but it’s not helping.
You feel frustrated, stuck and you have too little time for everything.
Maybe you get frustrated with yourself and tell yourself, "I'm too lazy" or "Why can't I just get it together?" Or you might think to yourself, "So-and-so does it all. Why can't I?" Sometimes these thoughts can back-fire and prevent us from doing what we can do.
It’s hard when we’re tired and things affect us more than they usually do. Have you ever had that experience when you blow up over something little? To make things worse, other people’s responses aren’t validating; they’ll say something like, “Come on, it wasn’t such a big deal. We can fix it.” It’s not about the little thing that went wrong. Often it’s the compounding of different things that made you upset.
We’ve all been there. That feeling that everything is happening all at once. It seems like it’s just too much. You might feel consumed by your thoughts. The hard part about feeling overwhelmed is that it sometimes takes a big cry or a surge of intense emotions before we realize that we need to slow down or take a break.
How I can help...
I’m here to help you better manage your anxieties and get to a place where you can identify your emotions and this course will help you be better equipped to help you cope with difficult emotions.
Gained insight into your thought patterns and what leads you to particular emotions.
Developed skills and learned relaxation exercises to cope with your anxiety in a more manageable way.
Understood the stigma around expressing emotions.
Felt confident about coping with difficult feelings.
Cultivated new thought patterns to validate your own emotional experience.
FEELING AND THINKING...
"I worry about what others think of me."
"I have a hard time feeling my feelings. I'm afraid that I'llget stuck in them."
"I'm just not _____ enough."
"I'm constantly worried about getting things done."
"My mind keeps going even when I want to relax."
"I always start projects and never finish them."
You can get to this place where anxiety is something along the periphery -- where you wouldn’t feel debilitated by it and you could work with it. It’s not an exaggeration; it’s a reality.
In this FREEBIE, you will get three pages of relaxation exercises to use in your everyday life, along with strategies to cope with anxiousness that comes up during meditation.