In my previous posts in this series (links available at the end of this post), I've written a lot about many of the facets of my struggle with anxiety and panic attacks. But, one of the things I haven't yet addressed is one of the myths that people who suffer with anxiety and panic attacks … Continue reading Anxiety–Destroyer of Lives, Part 6: The Myth of Safety
In my last post, I wrote that I would be starting an intensive outpatient treatment program for anxiety and depression soon. Soon has come! I began the program on Monday, and completed the third day yesterday. One of the rules of the program is that I not discuss treatment outside of the group--with anyone. So, … Continue reading Anxiety–Destroyer of Lives, part 5: A Road to Wellness (Here We Go)
In an effort to help myself with my ever-present anxiety, I have started meditating. I'm trying to do it every day--that's the goal. I'm mostly succeeding at that. I've missed a couple of days, but not too many. I try to do it first thing in the morning before I get moving and before my brain really … Continue reading Meditation Is Good For the….LOOK! A SQUIRREL!!
I started this series of posts a long time ago. In fact, I posted parts 1, 2, and 3 (you can click on the numbers to read them) over a year ago. I had every intention of writing this fourth part back then, but a funny thing happened on the way to writing it...I went … Continue reading Anxiety–Destroyer of Lives, Part 4: Where Do We Go from Here?