Sleep Training with Anxiety

Welcome, to sleep training your toddler, when you’ve had little sleep and suffer from an anxiety disorder. This is my life now. I remember when my anxiety disorder first reared its ugly head. I was in the 6th grade, and it seemed an insurmountable, unmanageable thing. I remember crying to the point of heaving, my breathing […]

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5 Quick Ways to Provide Anxiety Relief

Sometimes I find myself in social situations where I don’t have the luxury of stopping, sitting down quietly, meditating, or really taking the time to thoroughly work through my emotions in order to calm myself. Take for instance the other night – I was at a party, in the middle of playing Taboo (I freaking […]

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Thoughts of Suicide: My Teenage Struggle

I couldn’t handle being a burden. A burden to my loved ones, and a burden to myself. Anxiety had such an intense grip on me I couldn’t see straight for trying to run away from the turmoil tornado inside my head. Every single day was a struggle and I couldn’t comprehend how so suddenly I had changed from […]

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Tips for Traveling with Anxiety

I have serious wanderlust. I imagine a life filled with traveling, seeing the bright, beautiful, and wild things this big world of ours has to offer. I want to literally travel all over the world and see every inch of it. Unfortunately, this wanderlust is in major contradiction, even full out war I’d say, with […]

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Mental Health Day

I interrupt my regular broadcasting to write to you today instead of my regular Thursday programming. Today, October 10th, is mental health day. Everyone is responsible for taking care of their mental health, but I would like to shine a light, today of all days, on the importance of taking care of your mental health […]

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