short list is designed as a motivational tool, to help you
begin beating anxiety. These are the beginning steps of understanding
and overcoming anxiety issues, and whether they realize it
or not, all individuals who manage to beat their anxiety are
adhering to these same seven steps:
You are responsible for your anxiety. You are not
to blame for it.
Searching for the root cause of your anxiety in your past
or childhood NEVER brings relief. To the best of my knowledge,
no one has ever beat an anxiety problem by focusing on this.
Anxiety is a symptom--not a condition. Anxiety and panic attacks
are a clear indication that your day to day life is "out
of balance." By the time you experience an anxiety attack,
it has been building up for days, weeks, or in some cases,
months. Your everyday habits and rituals matter more than
you might think!
Anxiety is another word for "control issues,' because
anxiety (and panic) is all about over-reaching for control
over yourself, your environment and others.
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Learning to relax your control over situations and outcomes
produces relief for anxiety sufferers--every single time.
The less you obsess about control, the better you feel. No
You can beat anxiety on your own (some people do), but it
is tougher and usually takes quite a bit longer than working
with a coach, therapist or a video series like The EasyCalm
Anxiety Coaching Videos. It really doesn't make sense
to try to "reinvent the wheel" when you can just
learn from someone who has "been there and done that."
Having an occasional "bad day" doesn't mean your
anxiety is back for good, or that you're right back to square
one. It's just a bad day.
Common Anxiety Symptoms
Anxiety Panic Attacks