Posts Tagged "anxiety"

Travel Anxiety

Travel Anxiety

Holiday season is one of the busiest times to travel. Whether you are visiting family or going on vacation pre-trip anxiety can affect event the healthiest of us. Common Reasons: Taking time off work Boarding Pets Scheduling transportation and accommodations Learn more
Want to have a great weekend…then volunteer with your friends

Want to have a great weekend…then volunteer with your friends

Volunteering with friends is one of the best ways to insure you have a great weekend. Volunteering is good for your mind and body. It will give you purpose while stimulating your mind and getting your heart rate up. It Learn more
Is it o.k. to be seen in public alone?

Is it o.k. to be seen in public alone?

Try Spending the Day Alone People are staying single longer and even those that are married tend to be more autonomous than previous generations. I work with clients that refuse to run errands or go out to dinner alone. They Learn more
The Power of Visualization

The Power of Visualization

I recently came across a book called The Brain That Changes Itself by Norman Doidge. One of the things the author discusses is the power of visualization. Experiments done with basketball players showed that players that sat on the bench but Learn more
Benefits of Quality CBD Oil

Benefits of Quality CBD Oil

I am excited to have found a pure and effective CBD oil to share with my clients. How CBD oil can help anxiety CBD oil is thought to work with a brain receptor called CB1. The exact way CBD affects CB1 Learn more
Fear of being alone

Fear of being alone

Autophobia is the fear of being alone. Some people become so consumed with never being alone that they lose themselves in trying to please others or accepting invitations to just not be alone. What is so scary about being alone? Loneliness Learn more
Is Coffee your Friend or Foe….the answer depends on being predisposed to anxiety

Is Coffee your Friend or Foe….the answer depends on being predisposed to anxiety

Who doesn’t like the smell and taste of coffee in the morning. Researchers suggest that drinking two or more cups of coffee every day can reduce the risk of some cancer, liver disease, and possibly Parkinson’s disease. However, if you Learn more
AA: Acceptance and Awareness

AA: Acceptance and Awareness

People often fall helplessly in love with the perfect aspects of people’s personalities. Who wouldn’t? Anyone can love the best parts of another individual. The question is: Can you accept their flaws? Can you honestly say, ‘I could work around Learn more
Managing Stress Over The Holidays

Managing Stress Over The Holidays

Managing Stress Over The Holidays The holidays provide us with a valuable opportunity to spend time with friends and family, but they can also provide us with a great deal of anxiety and stress. Fortunately, there are a few ways Learn more
Should Relationships Be This Hard?

Should Relationships Be This Hard?

When we are in a relationship with our spouse or significant other, we often fall into the trap of believing that it is supposed to be hard. After all, anything worth having is worth working for, right? Couples who have Learn more
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