Overcoming Anxiety


Anxiety is a very common emotion. Every human will experience it. 

Anxiety is also a symptom. A symptom that tells you that something needs changing.

Certain personality types will be more susceptible to anxiety and your physical health status (cellular function, repair, neurotransmitter communication etc.) will also play a part as to whether anxiety is controlled or exacerbated. 

There are also over 42 stress triggers, which stacked together can increase the likelihood of anxiety feeling out of control.

But here’s the truth. Tough to swallow sometimes I know, because I have lived with over-functioning anxiety in the past. The truth is that overcoming anxiety is more within our control that you are led to believe.

For the majority of growing cases of anxiety within societyit’s within our control, but we’re not taught the skills, and sometimes we have so much resistance to personal development because we love status quo, and there is an uncertainty about what we may uncover.

For some people there is also a belief that they should be able to control it with the exact tools and life skills that they have right now.

You don’t overcome anxiety quickly, it takes time.

And you don’t do ‘one thing’ and then you’re fixed, because anxiety is an emotion and it will continue to visit you. 

BUT, you can do the work so that you take back control of your experience of life and how you show up. So that anxiety doesn’t make your day to day decisions for you.


Same. Same.

Many children are not eating, thinking, doing or breathing in a way to support their bodies. And just like us, their body sends signals to tell them to change something in the way they think, eat, behave or breathe. Anxiety is one of those symptoms.

There are key factors to address in overcoming anxiety. Within ourselves, and to guide our children. 

This training will give you guidance on how you can stack baby steps together to do just that.


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