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Anxiety/Panic Attacks

Four Ways to Assure You Won’t Get What You Want

Here’s four ways that are likey to create bad feelings with work colleagues. They can also help you lose your job, end your love relationships, and wreck your holidays. Read More

Don’t Worry, Be Happy: Good Advice or Bad?

Everyone from time to time gets worried thoughts. What’s a way to put these thoughts to good use? And if you are a chronic worrier, what’s an alternative path you might take? Read More

Anxious? 4 Examples of Anxiety Treaments that Calm Nerves

What therapy options are out there if you are struggling with anxiety? Is the goal to get rid of the anxious feelings, or to address the problems triggering your worries? Read More

Is Embarrassment Really Secret Joy?

The flush of cheeks could look like happiness. Or is it really shame or even humiliation? Read More

Don’t Worry, Be Happy: Good Advice or Bad?

Everyone from time to time gets worried thoughts. What’s a way to put these thoughts to good use? And if you are a chronic worrier, what’s an alternative path you might take? Read More

Your Mind Has Extraordinary Powers

There’s a revolution going on in the world of healing emotional and also physical distress. The revolution hinges on a remarkable discovery. We all can access far more knowledge, including self-knowledge of what we need to heal, than most of us ever have believed we can know. Read More

3 Mistakes That Invite Anxiety to Undermine Your Performance

Even athletes who are ranked amongst the top in the world sometimes find their level of performance cramped by anxious feelings. Yet most anxiety episodes occur in response to one of just 3 triggering thoughts. Train yourself to avoid these triggering thoughts and anxiety is far less likely to bubble up. Read More

Anxiety Problems in Relationships, Part I: 3 Habits That Invite Anxiety

In my practice as a Denver psychologist, anxiety problems rank among the most common presenting issues. At work, people may call the feelings stress. In relationships, couples label anxiety as tension. Fortunately, at work, home, or elsewhere, understanding the habits that exacerbate anxiety can launch you on a pathway toward feeling better. Read More

Anxiety Problems, Part II: 3 Habits That Help

While people may label anxious feelings stress, fears, worries, tension or “my nerves,” the feeling of anxiety is an unpleasant one. To escape anxious feelings, it can be tempting to try to distract yourself. In fact, directly addressing the situation that’s stirring up anxiety problems is usually the fastest route to ending the icky feelings. Read More

Are You Agitating or Thinking?

How is it that some people seem to be able to think through problems in a way that leads to creative solutions while others just get increasingly agitated and anxious? The key may lie in one little three-letter word. Read More

Panic Attacks Are Puzzles, Not Illnesses: Find the “Butterfly-Thought”

No need to panic about panic attacks. Anxiety surges happen to many folks. The good news though is that a “butterfly thought” and the panic attack it triggers can actually prove helpful for you. Read More

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