Tag Archives: anxious person

Guest Post: A Hero’s Journey

Sometimes you just have to IMAGINE the possibilities. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) can plague lives, but it’s also very treatable. Learn how one woman fought back. continue reading »

Exploring Anxiety and Art

A local artist explores her own anxiety through art. “Art can take us through some of the more difficult parts of our journey, the parts that are not easy to talk about.” continue reading »

Can Digital Devices Cause Anxiety?

Have you ever thought that technology could be adding to your anxiety? You might be right according to Writer Helen Fields. continue reading »

A Love Letter

The deep darkness of the night can often cloud our vision of the light. Alex artfully shares her words of wisdom that offers hope for each of us during the dark struggles of anxiety. continue reading »

For My Friend-Who Asked

Sometimes we all need a reminder to keep on our path. Mary shares a beautiful poem she wrote for a close friend who needed such a reminder. It might be worth a share to someone you know. continue reading »

Guest Post: 3 Things Panic Attacks Don’t Want You To Know

Do you suffer with panic? Writer James Gummer shares his personal experiences with this form of anxiety. “If we think of a panic attack as a villain who steals away pieces of our soul, these are the three techniques that he wouldn’t want us to know,” Gummer says. Learn how these three methods can help you too. continue reading »

Exiting the Maze: A Spiritual Answer to Psychological Chaos

Author Nathan Cole explains his OCD as being “chained in a mental prison that I could not escape.” He paints a picture of what so many feel when battling this disorder. Read about the darkness he experienced and how finding faith led him out. continue reading »

Living with Social Anxiety

Professional Writer Dan Stelter shares a personal glimpse inside his life and what it’s like living with social anxiety disorder.
“…an anxious person could be in a group of 2-3 people they don’t know and feel as nervous as you would delivering a speech to the United States of America without having practiced it at all.” continue reading »