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How to Fix the Inaccurate Self-Perceptions that Fuel Your Social Anxiety

How often do you get caught in a web of your own self-critical thoughts after interacting with people? Can you go on like that for a long time, convinced that how you see yourself must be how others see you too? You’re not alone, many socially anxious people suffer the same cycle of harsh internal perception. The resulting unkind self-talk and self-defeating rumination then serve to keep anxiety high and make your reasons for avoiding interaction seem valid.

How to Fix the Inaccurate Self-Perceptions that Fuel Your Social Anxiety2019-10-28T13:00:00+00:00

What to Try When Your Child is Always Anxious

Everyday life is tough for a child wrestling with anxiety.If your child is constantly worried, on edge, and upset, life can be tough for you as well. You want more than anything to keep them safe and believe that they feel safe too. Your hope is that they can grow up confident in themselves and their ability to cope with the world.

What to Try When Your Child is Always Anxious2019-10-28T13:01:20+00:00

Silent Night, Lonely Night? 8 Small Ways to Resist Rumination & Isolation During the Holidays

The holidays are supposed to be a beautiful, cozy, wonderful time of year. However, many of us feel lonely during this season. Winter weather, family challenges, and holiday stress can all increase feelings of loneliness.

Silent Night, Lonely Night? 8 Small Ways to Resist Rumination & Isolation During the Holidays2019-10-28T13:08:47+00:00

Exhausted? What Your Body is Telling You about Your State of Mind

Is your body trying to tell you that it’s rundown? Begging you to swap that afternoon coffee for a nap? Are you reaching for the snooze button over and over again every morning? When we’re exhausted, either physically, mentally, or emotionally, our bodies have many ways of letting us know.

Exhausted? What Your Body is Telling You about Your State of Mind2019-10-28T13:18:51+00:00

Too Nervous to Talk? Tips for Tackling Social Anxiety

Do you feel paralyzing anxiety in group situations? Do you avoid speaking for fear of embarrassing yourself? Are you turning down social obligations because they make you extremely uncomfortable? Each of these signs indicates that you might be struggling with social anxiety. While it’s common and even beneficial, to feel nervous during particular situations (before an interview, or during a presentation) those with social phobia experience this anxiety in more extreme or upsetting ways.

Too Nervous to Talk? Tips for Tackling Social Anxiety2019-10-28T13:19:32+00:00
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