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Tasha Cresswell Jul 6
How to recognise Anxiety in yourself and others
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Shreya Agarwal Jul 8
Get a hold over yourself. Don't let your anxiety control you.
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criminal justice Jul 10
Hopefully this helps somebody.
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OptimisticKitten3105 Jul 13
Can anyone recommend people to follow who have mental health problems or help those with it? It’s a huge step me even doing this twitter stuff but it’s pretty lonely right now too πŸ˜”.
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Ruth Cooper-Dickson Jul 10
Had a panic attack this morning. Meh. First one in 7 months so I’m not letting it beat me. Whole bunch of stuff it could be. Sometimes no rhyme or reason. And breathe
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Britt (MaidenWarrior) Jul 6
My daughter, ❀️ Ruby, currently struggling at 11 years old with ADHD, anxiety, OCD, Depression, mild ASD and sensory processing disorder. A good reason to never judge a book by its cover. We have appointments every week.
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Miss Positivity Jul 13
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tpham 17h
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Adam B. Hill, M.D. Jul 12
I ate away my feelings tonight. Surprisingly, anxiety tastes a lot like French fries and Oreos.
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Dennis Simsek (The Anxiety Guy) 9h
If you’ve never experienced it you’ll never understand.
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For those that need to remember ❀️
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Debbie Tung Jul 12
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Sonia Satra Jul 10
3 Steps to Help You Tame Your Anxiety: 1. Spend one minute asking yourself what you want. 2. Spend twenty minutes doing an activity you like that completely absorbs you. 3. Spend one minute planning your next step, and take that step by the end of the day.
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Luisa_lefaiy Jul 13
anxiety... sucks big time 😒
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Catherine 16h
Not all abuse involves physical violence. Not all abuse leaves bruises. Yet the impact on victims is equally damaging leaving them with PTSD, anxiety, depression and low self-esteem.
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Morigeshi Jul 6
listen my anxiety better chill out before I beat its ass.
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Shilpa 🐞 21h
Anxiety reduces with time. All you need to do is be persistent in your fight against it.
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Dennis Simsek (The Anxiety Guy) Jul 14
A reward is anything from a new way of perceiving something, to a change in your emotional state, to a huge epiphany. Allow yourself to experience these, be conscious of them, rather than always looking for the next technique or piece of advice.
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Rich Lafferty Jul 14
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PsychCentral Jul 13
Too Many Choices Can Paralyze Decision-Making
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