Posts tagged counseling for anxiety
3 Key Questions to Ask Yourself

We often tell ourselves all sorts of stories. I know I’ve done it. You’ve probably done it, I’m guessing. They’re the stories we’ve learned over the years. Some, if not many, self-inflicted.

“I’m not a good friend.” “People don’t like me.” And even the most highly popular, “ I’m not good enough.” Sound familiar? Yep, to me too!!

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"People Skills" In Time for the Holidays (or anytime, really)

Do you dread holiday party time? Feeling awkward around other people period? How would you like to get along even better with others in your personal relationships, is social situations and in the workplace? Getting along well with people sounds kind of general and is difficult to do much about, so let’s break it down into some manageable and specific skills. By building the following skills, you will get along well with others:

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Anxiety: Taming the Terror

Anxiety in, and of itself, by its very nature creates more anxiety. One brief anxious moment can easily slip into another...and another...until you are experiencing a full-blown panic attack. Fear begets fear. It can be a vicious, uncomfortable cycle that you just can't seem to get away from, but the good news is, you can.

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