Last year I had a breakdown. For weeks, I hid in the confines of my room and stealthily avoided phone calls, text messages and lunch dates. Nobody knew it was happening, except for work, my doctor and my boyfriend. It is so easy to hide behind a text message and
Worry has long been a companion in my life. Worry, I imagine accompanies many people day-to-day. The reason for its existence are variable. In my story, I believe it is an emotion that has locked itself into my psyche as a form of self-preservation.
What is mindfulness? It is a technique used for thinking in the now, instead of thinking in the past and future, which can help with stress, depression and anxiety.
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Everyone experiences anxiety at some point in their life. It’s a natural reaction to fear of the unknown, a stressful situation, or dreading an upcoming event. The worried and uneasy feelings that come with anxiety, quite frankly, suck. If you’ve ever felt anxious before then you know that these feelings
We have all had that fluttery butterfly feeling of nervousness at some point. An important meeting or presentation at work can give the best of us an upset stomach. What happens when these feelings become a constant in your life? When the sheer thought of getting up in the morning