Anxiety Triggers and their Cures: GUILT

Have you heard of the phrase "mom-guilt"?  That phrase pretty much applies to me on a regular basis.  Like, when I'm sitting at the dentist office, listening to the hygienist reprimand my 8-year-old for not flossing. Yup, that's mom-guilt. I really should physically go in the bathroom and make sure he flosses.  Or at the... Continue Reading →

Anxiety Triggers and their Cures: WORRY

Years ago, I went on a missions trip with my youth group to Europe. We visited missionaries in the Czech Republic and Austria. It was an adventure that changed the course of my life. It was my first trip outside the United States, and my first time flying. I worried for weeks leading up to... Continue Reading →

Tips to Overcoming a Panic Attack

If you are anxiety sufferer, you know the classic signs of anxiety. Tightness in your chest, palpitations, headaches, tummy upset, trembling hands, and week legs. These are all classic symptoms of anxiety. I should know. I've had them all before. I'm so thankful that I'm not new to this story, and that I know what... Continue Reading →

Anxiety Triggers and their Cures: INTRODUCTION

Those of us who experience true anxiety know what “triggers” are. Something as simple as a sound or a smell can instantly trigger anxious thoughts, feelings, and even full-blown panic attacks. It can take weeks to overcome the anxiety that resulted from one trigger. Several months ago, I witnessed a car accident. A woman coming... Continue Reading →

When Your World is Changing

We have been listening to Christmas music since late October.  While I haven't tired of the music itself, I have noticed the excitement that first accompanied those joyful melodies, has begun to wane.  A spirit of reflection has replaced the excitement, bringing many happy memories to mind.  These memories however, eventually lead me back to... Continue Reading →

3 Truths To Remember When Going Through Anxiety

Watching the car steer off the road, I looked at the driver. Her eyes were closed, her mouth gaping open. She was unconscious, and she was about to hit a telephone pole! Adrenaline rushed through my veins, and I quickly made a u-turn. By the time I managed to get back to the run-away car,... Continue Reading →

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