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Generalized Anxiety Disorder. (GAD Was 300.02 now F41.1)

By David Joel Miller. In Generalized Anxiety Disorder everything is scary. The key feature of Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) is that in this disorder the worry-weed just keeps growing. Worry in GAD is all out of proportion. Clients with this R...
by counseolrssoapbox on Feb 26, 2016

A Proven Guide To Living Your Most Desired Life

If I suddenly dropped you in the middle of a foreign place, what would be the first thing you would do? I assume you would scan your environment in order to determine how you should behave (how cautious should you be) and then seek signs in order to...
by The Anxious Athlete on Jun 22, 2015

HTC One E9+ Telah Dirilis, Begini Spesifikasinya!

 Siang sobatku, masih ketemu lagi di ww.berhp.com yang akan share informasi menarik seputar perangkat gadget terbaru dipasaran. Informasi datang dari perusahaan gadget Tiongkok yakni HTC, seperti yang diberitakan beberapa waktu lalu bahwa HTC ak...
by Harga Hp on Mar 31, 2015

Generalized Anxiety Disorder

Worrying or being stressed are completely normal feelings that humans experience from time to time. Maybe you have a school project due tomorrow that you haven’t started yet. Maybe you’re car broke down and now you’re going to be la...
by Recovery Advocates on Jan 9, 2015

Macron : l’élite et la piétaille des illettrés

Quelle forme nouvelle pourra bien prendre le "régicide" à venir des élites françaises ? Voie Militante Autour de ce sujet : Economie de la connaissance ou croissance de bouts de ficelles !
by Voie Militante on Sep 17, 2014

“If Today Was The Last Day Of Your Life, Would You Do What You Are About To Do Today?”

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by The Anxious Athlete on Dec 10, 2013

How I Began Turning A Monster Into A Fly / Part 3

The dinner time conversation went better than I expected with Robyn. I convinced her that a temporary move to Bali Indonesia could be an adventure of a lifetime, and that the trip hopefully would help me to drastically change my fearful and negative...
by The Anxious Athlete on Dec 9, 2013

5 Important Tips To Manage Your Stress Better

Stress has always been a part of our lives. In these hectic times, people lead an increasingly stressful life. Experts state that a little stress can be good; it keeps you sharp and ready to move forward, and is sometimes vital for achieving optimum...
by The Anxious Athlete on Dec 4, 2013

20 Seconds That Will Change Your life

Taking 20 seconds per day to do something that would normally bring up feelings of fear and nervousness could work wonders for you in the long run, some examples are: - Sitting in the dark for 20 seconds by yourself - Standing on a roof of a building...
by The Anxious Athlete on Nov 24, 2013

Christmas Is Coming Early For You, So You Can Kiss Your Anxiety Disorder Goodbye…

Like the anxious athlete page on Facebook or follow on twitter at www.twitter.com/theanxiousathlete for updates on how and when you can get the proven End The Anxiety audio program at no cost to you. If there’s one thing you need to do for your...
by The Anxious Athlete on Nov 23, 2013

You Are Stuck With An Anxiety Disorder For The Rest Of Your Life!

Can you believe this is what I was told by my therapist in just the 3rd session together? I may have just got one of the ‘bad batches’ of therapist during the time I was dealing with anxiety (and I truly hope so for the sake of the 6.8 mi...
by The Anxious Athlete on Nov 22, 2013

Trophy Tunnel Vision/A Story Of A Boy Who Would Do Anything…To Lose

It was years ago when I played in the final of an “under 12” tennis tournament in Vancouver, BC. At the time I was expected to win these local tournaments quite easily because I was playing tennis at a much higher level than the kids in that age...
by The Anxious Athlete on Nov 21, 2013

Now There’s Something To Ponder…

I knew High school was a little confusing and stressful, but who would have seen this fact coming. Do you agree with this fact looking back in your teenage days? We’re their times back in your high school days where you also felt overwhelmed an...
by The Anxious Athlete on Nov 20, 2013

8 Ways To Have An Anxiety Free Experience This Holiday Season

I have to admit i’m not a big fan of the continuous christmas carols, crowded shopping centers or the pressures to prepare holiday meals for people. Call me the grinch, but the holiday season for many can be a time of relentless stress and anxi...
by The Anxious Athlete on Nov 19, 2013

Only Kids Have Fears Of The Dark… Right?

It was a cold night in the year 2010 at the peak of my generalized anxiety disorder and panic attacks, there I was in my ‘man cave’ playing the victim and feeling sorry for the people that cared about me and what I was putting them throug...
by The Anxious Athlete on Nov 17, 2013

How To Stop Anxiety… Step 7

Patience The key ingredient that puts everything together, impatience is the result of being dissatisfied or angry about slow progress, being overwhelmed by this new direction that you are taking can make you feel like you’re losing the motivat...
by The Anxious Athlete on Nov 15, 2013

How To Stop Anxiety… Final Step

Patience The key ingredient that puts everything together, impatience is the result of being dissatisfied or angry about slow progress, being overwhelmed by this new direction that you are taking can make you feel like you’re losing the motivation...
by The Anxious Athlete on Nov 14, 2013

How To Stop Anxiety… Step 6

Accepting Setbacks It’s important to remember that each one of us recovers from anxiety disorders at their own speed. When you experience a setback, whether it’s recurring fearful thoughts, panic attacks or anything else, the mentality that you s...
by The Anxious Athlete on Nov 13, 2013

“It is not necessary to love your anxiety, permitting it and letting it be is all you need”

“It is not necessary to love your anxiety, permitting it and letting it be is all you need” The road to freedom from an anxiety disorder becomes easier when we realize that permitting, and living with the anxiety for the time being withou...
by The Anxious Athlete on Nov 12, 2013

A CBT Thank You Gift!

Because of the overwhelming thank you email’s I’ve been getting due to the changes people have made in life and anxiety, I’d like to share with you a portion of the End The Anxiety program in the form of a short cognitive behavioral...
by The Anxious Athlete on Nov 10, 2013


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