Posts tagged Generalised Anxiety Disorder
5 Ways Your Anxiety can be a Travel Asset

Anxiety over the years has warped into a concept that’s been wholly negative. We’ve put it in a box and labelled it our nemesis -- our easy-to-blame preventor of happiness.  But at its core, anxiety isn’t a negative emotion. It kicks us in the pants, it knocks us into place, it lights a fire under our butts and makes us get things done.

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When It Comes to My Anxiety, Don't Say This...

I wanted to put together a little list of things that I really don’t like hearing whenever my anxiety comes up in conversations. Partly to vent (I am running on low sleep today 😂) but mostly to give you some advice if someone ever opens up to you about it, then you’ll have some footing as to what to do and say (and what not to)…

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How I Manage My Anxiety Disorder When Travelling

Travelling has been the best and worst thing for my Anxiety. It’s challenged me daily and given me all the exposure therapy that I could ever need. When you’re on the road for a long time, at some point or another you’ll experience unorganised transport, cancelled plans, burnout and travel fatigue. The great thing about it is, you learn how to deal with all of these things and come out the other side…

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Weird Things My Anxiety Makes Me Do

Our minds and body are closely linked so it makes sense that this hormone imbalance can result in some very real physical symptoms. A lot of people aren’t aware of the ways anxiety can affect your body (as well as your mind). The more I learn about my Anxiety, the more I realise that I do some weird stuff and it can be traced back to my Generalised Anxiety Disorder…

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