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Worry or Anxiety?

Everyone worries about something at some time. You may worry about work, about failure, doing well. Fitting in or not fitting in. Family, friends, social media.

Worry and anxiety are often seen as the same thing – but there are some obvious differences.

Worry

Worry can cause much of the same feelings and physical responses as anxiety. Worry can mess up the communication between your body and mind, only for a short time.

Your mind is not too overwhelmed with worry, you still have room to make decisions and the space to see the situation for what it is.

You may question the validity of your worry, and more often you can reach a solution or make good, rational decisions.

Anxiety

Anxiety is the heightened or intense fear about a real or perceived threat to your emotinal or physical safety. It is sometimes related to feeling that you are not equipped to deal with the situation.

Having anxiety means that you are have a ‘glitch’ in how your mind and body work together; this glitch disrupts the communication process between your body and mind. 

 

Anxiety is really complex, and it feel impossible to change or challenge it.  Lots of people come to accept that anxiety is part of their everyday life, and they have to learn to live with it. 

But it doesn’t have to be like that, you have a choice. You can take action to change and even conquer your anxiety and depression. By saying yes to coaching, you can make the impossible possible, and you can get rid of anxiety.

Through using my coaching model, and completing my coaching programme I want to give parents, children and adults the power to conquer their mental health. My son is free of any kind of anxiety or panic attack.

You really do not have to live in a constant state to fear.

When Anxiety takes control

Worry or any negative emotions can make you think and act differently.
Understanding yourself, and your anxiety is the first step to taking control.

Anxiety is a controlling force that needs you to stay in a comfort zone; keeping your body in a state of fight-or-flight. When you move away from the comfort zone, it pulls you back by making you feel afraid and causes your body and mind to respond.  Anxiety makes you believe the worst. It makes fears seem real.

Anxiety is a liar. 

Lots of people come to accept that anxiety is part of their everyday life, and they have to learn to live with it. Anxiety is really complex, and it feel impossible to change or challenge it. But it doesn’t have to be like that, you have a choice.

You can take action to change and even conquer your anxiety and depression. By saying yes to coaching, you can make the impossible possible, and you can get rid of anxiety.

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