Stress & Anxiety

If you’re feeling stressed and anxious, you’re not alone. These overwhelming feelings can arise from various sources, such as heavy workloads, relationship challenges, and societal pressures.

Often, worry becomes a constant companion, amplifying concerns and making everyday life feel like an uphill battle.

Do you often find yourself:

  • Self-Judging: Harshly criticizing yourself, leading to diminished self-esteem and increased stress.
  • Futurizing: Excessive worry about future events, often imagining worst-case scenarios.
  • Overthinking: Constantly replaying past events or worrying about future ones, making it difficult to stay present.
  • Perfectionism: Setting unrealistically high standards and feeling immense stress over the possibility of failure.
  • Avoidance Behavior: Steering clear of situations or activities that might trigger anxiety, which can limit personal and professional growth.
  • Social Withdrawal: Isolating oneself from friends and family to avoid anxiety-provoking interactions.
  • Irritability: Increased frustration and anger, often directed at oneself or others, due to underlying stress.
  • Procrastination: Delaying tasks or decisions as a way to cope with the fear of failure or overwhelm.

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F.E.A.R.

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F.E.A.R.

This state of perpetual stress or anxiety can lead to F.E.A.R. (False Evidence Appearing Real.) This acronym perfectly indicates how our minds can trick us into believing that imagined threats are real, intensifying our stress and anxiety.

Understanding these challenges is crucial for managing and reducing stress and anxiety. By recognizing and addressing these issues, you can begin to reclaim control over your life and find a path to greater peace and well-being.

There is another way...

Stress Coach

There is another way...

Addressing these challenges requires understanding and compassion, as well as effective strategies to manage and reduce stress and anxiety.

Step out of the “go” mode, a process that comes from a space of the force through action rather than one that is rather than intuitive, allowing space for the “flow“ and receptive mode to reduce stress and anxiety in your life.

If you are looking for that missing key that you haven’t found just yet…I can help guide you! 

 

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