ANXIETY TIPS & ADVICE2022-09-21T07:18:14+01:00

*Deliver successful presentation when you struggle with Social Anxiety* Workshop:

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Procrastination Workshop:

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*Understanding Worry* Workshop:

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Assertiveness Workshop- 6 Ways To Say *NO*:

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*Understanding Social Anxiety* Workshop:

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Key differences between Assertive and Aggressive Person:

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What is Anxiety? What is the difference between Anxiety and Fear?

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Anxiety about going back to work after Lockdown:

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*Errors In Thinking*:

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Manage & Control Physical Symptoms Of Anxiety:

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What are Social Fears & first step towards removing them:

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How To Tolerate Uncertainty

Do we need to know EVERYTHING about events that haven't happened yet? One of the hardest things we have to deal with, when we struggle with Anxiety, is uncertainty of life. In other words, the fear of 'tomorrow' (or even the next hour, next few hours etc). Life's transitions are hard enough without the extra Anxiety thrown in. Yet life's transitions are inevitable (and also important). Imagine [...]

By |September 18th, 2021|Categories: Anxiety, top anxiety posts, Top Few, Worry|Comments Off on How To Tolerate Uncertainty

How To Stop Worrying And Start Problem-Solving

Worrying Versus Problem-Solving: Many people believe that worrying and problem-solving are the same thing, and that worrying is very beneficial. It's called having 'positive beliefs about worry'. But the truth is, worrying and problem-solving are two very different things. In this article, we're going to take a closer look at the difference between worrying and problem-solving. I’m also going to share with you my '6-Step, Problem-Solving System' [...]

By |September 17th, 2021|Categories: Anxiety, top anxiety posts, Top Few, Worry|Comments Off on How To Stop Worrying And Start Problem-Solving

Social Anxiety And Avoidance

Let's take a look at what avoidance is: Avoidance is a type of behaviour that helps us deal with uncomfortable or scary situations. While it's mostly observed in Social Anxiety sufferers, this type of behaviour is also common in Health Anxiety, GAD, OCD and many more types of Anxiety. Let's look at the avoidance example in 'Presentation Anxiety' (falling under 'Social Anxiety' umbrella): [...]

By |August 9th, 2021|Categories: Anxiety, Social Anxiety, top anxiety posts, Top Few|Comments Off on Social Anxiety And Avoidance

4 tips on how to get good nights’ sleep when you worry at night

Picture this: You come home after a long, hard day at work and you're looking forward to getting a good night's sleep. But as soon as you lie down, your mind starts to worry, wonder and overthink events to come and situations you're facing. You're lying there in the dark, unable to go to sleep and unable to stop worrying. What can you do when this happens? [...]

By |July 1st, 2021|Categories: Anxiety, top anxiety posts, Top Few, Worry|Comments Off on 4 tips on how to get good nights’ sleep when you worry at night

Blogging your way through Anxiety

Blogging can be extremely beneficial when you suffer from Anxiety and Stress. I have been blogging for over 10 years, detailing my journey as a single mum, a therapist and life's ups and downs. There's nothing better than going through those pages, looking at how I navigated difficult situations during life's transitions. Why is blogging beneficial to our health? 1. It serves as a way [...]

By |June 21st, 2021|Categories: Anxiety, top anxiety posts|Comments Off on Blogging your way through Anxiety

Powerful Communication Styles That Get Us What We Want

How would you describe your communication skills? Would you say you're a chatterbox, you're quiet, somewhere in between? Until we become 'aware' of HOW we communicate, we tend to look at communication as means of getting what we want. In simplest terms, when we say something, we have a GOAL in mind. At work, effective communication is very important. Each time you speak to a colleague, a manager or a staff member, you are carrying out 'Business [...]

By |June 6th, 2021|Categories: Anxiety, Assertiveness, top anxiety posts, Top Few|Tags: , |Comments Off on Powerful Communication Styles That Get Us What We Want

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