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Thursday
Jan172013

When Anxiety Makes you feel small

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In this week's podcast we're answering a question from our facebook page and talking about sudden anxiety setbacks and how to cope when anxiety makes you feel small.

 

Here's the question:

I was wondering whether you could do a podcast about the feelings you get when you're at the bottom of the anxiety cycle when you feel like everything is so big and you are so small, and also the negative thoughts too. Unfortunately I had a little wobble yesterday and had what felt like a punch in the face from anxiety. Doing ok now I've caught up on the lost sleep from last night but I had almost forgotten about that feeling when you think you'll never feel better or normal?

 

Points covered in this podcast:

- we all have setbacks and tough days

- getting help understanding and remembering that this will pass

- anxiety may seem to come from nowhere, but there is usually a reason

- knowing what helps you and getting back on track with self care

- how a change of routine can trigger anxiety


Listen to the full podcast here (if your browser doesn't show the podcast player please listen on iTunes)

 

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Reader Comments (2)

Thanks so much for your post. I have anxiety and it makes me feel tiny a lot of times. Especially when i go through a change in routine i freak out and anxiety runs high.

January 18, 2013 | Unregistered Commenterintrovert

I agree that anxiety may seem to come from nowhere, but there is usually a reason. Everything has it reason, sometimes we just need to know deeply the situation so that we can have an enlightenment and can somehow cope up with the situation. Anxiety is not an easy thing, it can ruin everything even our personality. Seeking some help is usually a good way especially if a certain individual has a very confused mind.

January 27, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterMichael Croll

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