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Grounding Skills for Anxiety and Panic

When a person is living with anxiety or trauma-related disorders, he or she might commonly feel "stuck" in the past or the future. With anxiety and PTSD, it can be common to relive past moments and worry about future ones. When the anxiety is at its stron…
yclone. In a moment of intense anxiety or a panic attack

Don't Panic! Cognitive Behavioral Therapy can be Your Life Raft.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) focuses on a particular way an individual thinks and behaves to deal successfully with their emotional, behavioral and social issues. It is a form of psychotherapy that focuses on the "here and now" rather than past even…
Anxiety attacks are also known as panic attacks which are episodes of intense pani

For a Racing Mind, Slow the Soul

​Every individual will face a moment of panic, a split second of dread, at least once in their life. For some people, the symptoms of anxiety can be constant and profuse. When we find our mind running nonstop and our breath shaking, we must take the time …
Every individual will face a moment of paniceathing ever becomes erratic or you feel a panic attack beginning