In episode #35 of The Anxiety Guy Podcast I answer a powerful question from a very important person of our community. Having gotten many of the exact same questions lately, I decided it had to be answered, and answered thoroughly. Remember that the beginning of any change is always the hardest, and anxiety recovery is no exception.
Having gone through 6 years of debilitating health anxiety and panic disorder, I tried everything out there. But it wasn’t until I realized something that once and for all began giving me some momentum in my anxiety recovery.
I Never Truly Took The Time To Prepare Myself For My Anxiety Recovery
Many people looking for anxiety recovery skip a few essential principles that need attention. Once I implemented these principles years ago during my anxiety recovery, prepared myself for change properly, change was easy. Anxiety recovery can either be an uphill struggle, or a smooth ride. All we have to do is prepare for the journey better.
When you have the essential talk with yourself, you begin setting yourself up for success rather than failure. But no one does! Many anxiety sufferers that come to me looking to start the end the anxiety program want to get straight to the meat, the tips, the tools, the methods.
Little Do They Realize, They Can’t Properly Grasp The Methods Yet, Therefore Can’t Start Their Anxiety Recovery
So on this weeks powerful episode of The Anxiety Guy Podcast, you’ll be equipped with the tools to:
- Truly once and for all begin your anxiety recovery journey
- See the patterns that continue to manifest failure in your life
- Recognize toxic behaviors within you that feed your stress and anxiety
I’m truly grateful that you’re gaining a ton of relatable content, and powerful suggestions through The Anxiety Guy Podcast. Please share this episode with other anxiety sufferers. This Helps Me Provide Regular Powerful Content To Help Others On Their Natural Anxiety Recovery Journey.
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