Tag: Anxiety

  • Welcome December

    Welcome December

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  • Laughter is Medicine

    In the midst of the Coronavirus, a pandemic, and rising racial inequality, we need to prepare not panic. We need to peacefully protest and embrace change. Anxiety is a natural response to fear. We are not “crazy” to feel anxious. We need to find ways calm our frenzied minds.  Exercise boosts our immunity: How will you move your body each […]

  • Laughter is Medicine

    In the midst of the novel Coronavirus and a new pandemic, we need to prepare not panic. Anxiety is a natural response to fear. We are not “crazy” to feel anxious. We need to find ways calm our frenzied minds.  Exercise boosts our immunity: How will you move your body each day? Humor lightens a tense moment. Here is a […]

  • Laughter is Medicine

    In the midst of the novel Coronavirus and a new pandemic, we need to prepare not panic. Anxiety is a natural response to fear. We are not “crazy” to feel anxious. We need to find ways calm our frenzied minds.  Exercise boosts our immunity: How will you move your body each day? Humor lightens a tense moment. Here […]

  • Therapy Thursday

    4 Steps to Decipher Fear Rethink Fear What is it? When does it hold you back? When can it be a positive force? Know You Are Not Alone It is part of the human condition  to struggle with moments of fear and anxiety. Instead of “Forget Everything And Run,” use “Forget Everything And Rise.” Learn […]

  • Relaxation

    “Give it all you’ve got” and “going-all-out” are couple of sayings many of us tell ourselves from time to time.  We think that these attitudes are encouragement and as we strive to perform our best, we will be rewarded.  But, in actuality, these thoughts create tension, anxiety, and stress that will hinder performance. Aikido, an ancient Japanese art, implies […]