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Quick announcement: I created a closed Therapeutically Designed Recovery group on Facebook, where we’ll be having weekly live Q&As. If you want to join, message me your email and I’ll send you an invitation. It’s free.
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If anxiety returns full force back into your life, it simply means that you still haven’t completed your recovery.
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Start recovery today for free (link in bio):
1. Watch 3 videos about 5 stages of recovery from anxiety disorder;
2. Learn my full recovery story;
3. Get two workbooks: “6 Steps to Anxiety and Panic Attack Free Life” and “5 Stages of Recovery From Anxiety Disorder”
4. Get free 15 mins coaching.
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23 days ago 31

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  • quosque_tandem
    Pathological anxiety is a condition. You can work on it but it will always come back. You wouldn't say a person suffering from cancer that cancer won't come back if they get over the fear it does. This message can be quite harmful. - 18 days ago
  • the.darkesthorse
    That honestly makes so much sense - 19 days ago
  • yusifm621
    İt returns because he makes me angry - 21 days ago
  • alexbishcounselling
    @cherry.1984 hope this helps :) send me a message if you’d like to know more. - 22 days ago
  • cherry.1984
    @alexbishcounselling thank u - 22 days ago
  • alexbishcounselling
    @cherry.1984 CBT can work, but the reason you’re attaching to the thoughts is because it gives the illusion of control and safety from the fear of uncomfortable emotions overwhelming the system. Anxiety is your heads way of distracting you from feeling your feelings - 22 days ago
  • cherry.1984
    @alexbishcounselling so do u need cbt or something to do this ? How do u stop fearing the fear of anxiety ! - 22 days ago
  • pillarsoflightnlove
    @ayvabehm - 22 days ago
  • bxllllaa
    anxiety returns because i have a mental illness😂 - 22 days ago
  • anxietybeasts
    BRING IT ON - 23 days ago
  • monkeydyossi
    Please i want to join this :) monkeydyossi10@yahoo.com that’s my email - 23 days ago
  • alexbishcounselling
    @cherry.1984 by understanding and getting to know it :) once you can peel back the layers of fear you’ll find that it’s like the wizard of OZ hiding behind the curtain ✌️🌸 - 23 days ago
  • alexbishcounselling
    @_y.gonzalez just remember you would never do anything that is against your values or better judgement. Anxiety likes to hang its hat on any hook that will get your greatest attention. The thoughts are a distraction from another part of you that carries pain. I hear that this is hard, but healing is possible - 23 days ago
  • palomaperaltablanco
    I want to participate of the FB group please. Thanks! palnoir@gmail.com - 23 days ago
  • wanderlustpockets
    @mranxietyfree sometimes you just have to get ready to feel the fire of anxiety ..I have amazing recovery periods then minor slip ups ..but I just tell myself that it's just a bodily reaction..if my heart races so what N I sweat a little ..I just tell myself I won't die I will be ok..it's all evoluntary..i force myself to live a normal life and accept this is how I am feeling for now and it's ok to feel like highly anxious ..it will calm down soon ..it always does ..you just have to be ready to fully accept any discomfort as discomfort has never killed anyone .. - 23 days ago
  • kinguadaa
    Boom🔥 - 23 days ago
  • tkdavis925
    Another great quote...👍💖💖 - 23 days ago
  • henriette_0602
    @stjerna0602 cardio does not work when a am anxious. I just need to relax and breathe. - 23 days ago
  • henriette_0602
    @sammyb_79 I think mine is either estrogen dominans or tired adrenaline glands. I actually got better for a short period using cortisone due to allergy. I was so sure this would sky rock my anxiety but I felt hole. So I am@hunting both fysical and psychology reasons. - 23 days ago
  • sammyb_79
    @stjerna0602 yes, I agree, I get the same every month. I was told it’s due to the extra cortisol we produce around this time. I find cardio helps but don’t always want to do it then! 🙈 - 23 days ago
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