Anxiety Relief for Teens by Regine Galanti was described as a toolbox, including CBT techniques and strategies to help manage anxiety. It is aimed at teens and I thought the tone of the book was right for that audience. Friendly and didn’t feel unmanageable. I also liked the way that the book was formatted. Thank … Continue reading Book Review. Anxiety Relief for Teens by Regine Galanti, PHD.
With a Miranda Hart endorsement, a bright yellow and orange cover and play on words in the title, My Mess is a Bit of a Life piqued my interest immediately. Although, funnily enough, the layout of this book at first gave me anxiety. It felt so out of order, the events of Georgia’s life from … Continue reading Book Review. My Mess is a Bit of a Life Adventures in Anxiety by Georgia Pritchett.
My anxiety has been bad over the last few weeks and it is probably because I have been challenging my anxiety and trying to do different things in March. I have gotten used to certain times and schedules and people I have to see and whatnot and when these things change, I react negatively because … Continue reading Experiencing anxiety 😥
25 years anxious. I probably came out of the womb anxious. Where does that come from? You learn to be anxious, don’t you? You worry and worries become anxiety if something isn’t explained to you or you are unable to articulate worries so someone can help you navigate the thing safely. I think my mum … Continue reading shy girl, quiet girl
Do you ever do something and think afterwards how the fuck did I do that? IF ONLY IT COULD BE BOTTLED, THAT COURAGE. I am talking about traveling with anxiety. I have suffered with anxiety my whole life. It has limited my life to the extent I don’t go out, and if I do it’s … Continue reading Travelling with Anxiety