All Blog Posts Tagged 'Anxiety' (6)

The Postpartum Monster

Postpartum depression is the epitome of grief, strife, and angst which slithers and knots its cruel intentions through every inch of your body & soul.  It's a predominant force in the daily life of mother's suffering with PPD, relentlessly taunting its innocent victims to an extremely lonely, dark breaking point. Feeding psychologically, this tenacious monster's very existence depends entirely on its host; much in the same way as a parasite…
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Added by Petrina Burman on June 24, 2016 at 8:14pm — No Comments

The Anxiety Monster

Originally published at https://takethesechancesblog.wordpress.com







Tonight, my 8 year old had a full blown anxiety attack.



Tears streamed down his face. He tried to express to me, through stuttering sobs, that he was scared of failing. My heart broke for him, as we share this struggle. It is not something I would ever want my child to have to deal with.



The subject was a book he’d checked out… Continue

Added by Kalista Thompson on March 22, 2016 at 9:20pm — No Comments

Anxious Moments or Something More

This post is supposed to help parents with whether their child's anxiety is natural or something more.  Hope this helps!

 

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Added by Clayton.Thomas on September 30, 2011 at 3:23pm — No Comments

Social Media Cured My Social Anxiety?!

Did you know I was diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder? Yeah it is true, about 6 years ago my doctor at the time diagnosed me with it, read on to learn more about how social media has worked to help me overcome my anxiety disorder.



Travel back to December 2008, I was determined to make money from home and had been doing direct sales for a while without making enough in commissions to pay all my bills. I wanted more, but knew that money had to be made from home due to the fact… Continue

Added by Brandy Tanner on January 21, 2010 at 8:38am — 1 Comment

Move Outside of Your Box

Looking Toward the New Year!

13. Move Outside of the Box




Happy New Year!!! As we look at the new year we need to focus on a few things if we really want to heal this next year. Get ready to leave the panic and anxiety behind! Don't get overwhelmed - Don't work on everything at once these are only things to keep in the back of your mind! One Step at a Time.



You Can't Hide in Your Closet Forever!

Many times I have thought of how scary it is to drive.… Continue

Added by The Hatched Egg on January 11, 2009 at 12:52am — No Comments

Looking Toward the New Year! 10. Bedtime

Happy New Year!!! As we look at the new year we need to focus on a few things if we really want to heal this next year. Get ready to leave the panic and anxiety behind!

Don't get overwhelmed - Don't work on everything at once these are only things to keep in the back of your mind! One Step at a Time.



How is your bedtime habit?

Think about the hour before you go to bed. Are you racing around, trying to finish everything? Already stressing about tomorrow? Or do you… Continue

Added by The Hatched Egg on January 8, 2009 at 1:14pm — No Comments

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