Fear gets to the best of us, whether it is fear of failure, fear of success or even fear of fear. Here are 9 quick ways to combat fear FAST.
With four out of every five thoughts we have on a daily basis repeatedly focusing our attention on the bad and undesirable, it’s no wonder so many of us spend our days feeling utterly miserable. So, how do we stop negative thoughts? This simple 4 step method can help.
It took me a while to find what works for me. But I did it. I finally found the way to beat my anxiety attacks and live my everyday life anxiety-free. Here are the three key things I learned that helped me beat my anxiety attacks.
Oftentimes stress will manifest when we carry over yesterday’s concerns into our present day concerns. An accumulation will almost always end up in a high stress level. Therefore, we must be able to “dump” all of our concerns from the previous day or days and concentrate wholly on our today. Here are 3 stress busting tips.
Imposter Syndrome - the fear that the people around you are going to figure out that you don’t know what you are talking about and expose you as a fraud. If you're one of the 7 in 10 adults that have experienced this, here are five ways to help overcome imposter syndrome.
These 6 practical ways to manage anxiety are meant to be used in preparation for, or during, an anxiety attack to help you calm down, regain control, and move past it faster. Each of these strategies have been tested by yours truly, and have been game changers in my battle against my anxiety.
16 Uplifting anxiety quotes to help you feel calmer, more inspired, and ready to take on the challenge ahead of you.
When we procrastinate we intentionally put off or delay a task that needs to be done, despite knowing that there may be negative consequences for not getting it done now. Approximately 80% of the population will engage in situation procrastination at some point, choosing to delay unpleasant tasks in favor of something more pleasant.
One strategy I have found extremely effective in interrupting a negative thought or behavior pattern is to ask yourself one simple question whenever you engage in a behavior/thought you wish to disrupt.
When something bad happens to us, your belief about the causes of the problem influence your mindset and put you into either an optimistic, empowered state or a pessimistic, disempowered one. As you can imagine, this in turn heavily influences the way you act (or fail to act) in response to the problem.