At times when your life is going well, anxiety tends to be quieter and less prickly. Quieter and less prickly means you are more likely to peacefully coexist with it.
…when the tiger is real run away from the roar—but when the tiger is made out of anxiety then run towards the roar!
To treat or not to treat? That is the question.
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Exposure with Response Prevention: Designing an Optimal Exposure Task
Learn to break your fear into small, manageable steps!
When facing a fear is really just another avoidance of fear.
Ultimately, you have to take action if you want to get better. Are you up to the challenge?
Learning from Charlie Brown’s mistakes. Will you try to kick the ball or will you ignore Lucy’s promises and finally quit playing her game?
The primary non-medical treatment for anxiety disorders is Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy with an emphasis on Exposure with Response Prevention (ERP).