What can we learn from anxiety?
But what if you cannot bring yourself to accept the anxiety?
What if deep down you actually really hate it and you beat yourself up for having a problem with anxiety?
What you need to know is that you can really grown stronger as a result of this difficult experience.
Anxiety can become a gift that is wrapped up in a problem.
As you start to heal anxiety, you start to discover what that potential gift might be.
What might that gift be for you?
Listen to this group call I held recently where we discuss that as well as lots of more interesting tips and insights that will help you heal your anxiety faster.
This call will inspire and reassure you that you can win your old carefree self back again. You might also have a flash of insight into how you can see the potential gift that anxiety brings you.
Listen to the call here:
or download the full transcript of the call here.
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What has Panic Away taught you?
On the Panic Away forum a member asked: What is the most important thing Panic Away has taught you? We were overwhelmed with the responses. Sharing your progress and successes is an important step in your recovery. Please see below some of the valuable lessons our members have learnt.
– I have learnt it is good to go with the flow of life, I have learnt acceptance of myself & to love myself, to listen to my body to rest when I need to rest, when to stop when to go to listen to the body sensations & that it is all ok. I have learnt that it is ok to not have perfection.
I Still struggle a little though but getting better. I have learnt I am a strong person & not weak, that I have faith, that it will always get better in all situations even when I can’t see it at the time. Learning about the person I really am, for once looking inside of me how I tick. Pushing myself, keeping my mind at peace with positive thoughts.
Even though I still struggle with this at times. To be grateful of my friends & family, to not take things for granted anymore. To open up my heart to let others in so that I can heal & I still have a long way to go but I am getting there.
TRUST… Accepting it all takes time to heal & that we all heal at different time frames.
– The most important thing anxiety had taught me is patience and acceptance. Treating an anxiety disorder is not a speedy, easy process. Since I’ve been using this program I have learned to accept myself as I am and trust that I am working my absolute hardest to get back to a peaceful existence.
– The biggest thing I’ve learned is that you need to keep on pushing yourself and teach your brain that you *can* handle things fine and even if you have a Panic Attack, guess what? It’s not the end of the world. You can get through it and continue on.
And each time you push yourself a little bit more it gets easier. You have to take that action, though. It takes a little bit of bravery and work. You can’t keep doing what you were doing before, or you’re going to keep getting the same anxious results.
– For me, the biggest lesson since having anxiety is I don’t judge anybody or a situation (not that I really did anyway) but I’m more aware of why there could be reasons for people to behave or act the way they do, and I’m more forgiving as well. And I’m more compassionate, which has made me a better person.
By Barry McDonagh, who is an international panic disorder coach. He created the Panic Away program to help people around the world deal with their anxiety and avoid panic attacks – a subject that he is personally attuned to because he himself found that he was prone to these issues since he was young. His hatred of his powerless lead him down the path of finding natural ways to treat himself without having to depend on expensive medications.
His informative site on all issues related to panic and anxiety attacks can be found here: Instant Anxiety Relief – How to Heal Your Anxiety Faster?