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Constant anxiety and fear makes everyday life overwhelming. When you spend too much time in your head, you get caught up in your thinking and lose objectivity: your fears feel real. You can even end up coping in unhealthy ways or sabotaging your best efforts. Eventually, you develop a fear of fear itself, and the discomfort feels unbearable. There are ways of healing the mind and bringing it back to a state of presence and peace. 

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I believe in treating anxiety with a holistic approach to healing, which looks at your mind, body, and spirit. I will guide you through a process that explores the underlying issues contributing to your anxiety, connects you with who you are outside of your mind, and calms your nervous system so that you can live your life in a steady, centered way. 

 

Learning to quiet the mind can allow you to slow down inside, separate your sense of self from destructive thought patterns, and experience inner peace. It will help you learn to differentiate between what you are responsible for, and what you must learn to let go of or surrender to. It will also allow you to experience an emotion without being overwhelmed or consumed by it. 

Anxiety Symptoms:

  • Intense fear of being judged, embarrassed, or rejected

  • Inability to be alone - filling quiet space with music, TV, or other distractions

  • Panic attacks

  • Procrastinating but also being unsure why

  • Feeling sensitive to criticism or feedback, no matter how small

  • Self-sabotaging due to fear of failure, fear of success, fear of being seen, fear of experiencing something good, fear of loss

  • Inability to slow down - staying busy with lists and activities

  • Intrusive and negative thoughts that affect your well-being

  • Getting caught up in fear about future events, or regrets about the past - staying present is difficult, if not impossible

  • Core beliefs around feeling "bad," "worthless," "unlovable"

  • Being passive, letting others cross your boundaries, giving in easily to guilt-trips

  • Feeling you need to escape, run away, or hide

  • Believing you have nothing valuable to offer and others might soon find out - imposter syndrome

  • Impulsivity - eating too much, drinking too much, shopping too much, etc.

  • Feeling addicted to chaos or drama - discomfort with calmness

  • Needing constant reassurance or validation from others

  • Constantly wanting to be somewhere else, be someone else, or have something else

  • Continually seeking happiness outside of yourself, with little success

These symptoms are not exhaustive. Together we will explore past experiences contributing to your anxiety, in addition to current ways that you are using your mind and dealing with emotions that affect your anxiety. 

Ready to stop fleeing, distracting, avoiding, and living in fear? Contact me for a free virtual or phone consult to explore how healing is possible.

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