Anxiety Symptoms
Brittany Da Silva
Brittany Da Silva
July 10, 2018
Anxiety symptoms can vary from person to person, but if your symptoms are persistent and unrelenting, you may have an anxiety disorder.

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Overcoming Obstacles to Anxiety Recovery

Overcoming Common Obstacles to Anxiety Recovery

If you've been struggling with anxiety, these five steps can help you work towards minimizing your anxiety and taking control of your life.
by Regan Jacklin on June 5, 2017
Self-Criticism and Anxiety

Why Are We Our Own Worst Critic and What Can We Do About It?

Like any illness, anxiety prevents us from doing certain day-to-day tasks. However, this disability is often accompanied with self-criticism and negativity.
by Adriel Maldonado on May 9, 2017
Anxiety About Anxiety

Help! My Anxiety Gives Me Anxiety

Anxiety will make you worry about pretty much anything if you let it. Some people even worry about worrying — they can have anxiety about anxiety.
by Eric Patterson on January 10, 2017
Perfectionism and Anxiety

The Trouble With Being a Perfectionist

Being 'perfect' sounds like a good quality — wouldn't an employer or partner find it appealing? But perfectionism and anxiety can actually take its toll.
by Eric Patterson on November 7, 2016
Anxiety and Sleep

10 Tips for Sleeping Well Despite Anxiety

Anxiety and sleep issues go hand-in-hand. Anxiety can make getting enough sleep difficult, and not getting enough sleep makes anxiety even worse.
by Adriel Maldonado on October 11, 2016
Confronting Your Anxiety Triggers

Confronting Your Anxiety Triggers

Anxiety triggers can take many forms, and they can strike at any time. Learn methods of avoidance and exposure to help you cope with them.
by Eric Patterson on September 13, 2016
Coping With Anxiety: How Coping Cards Can Help You Manage Anxiety

Coping With Anxiety: How Coping Cards Can Help You Manage Anxiety

A coping card is a physical reminder of your management techniques that help you with coping with anxiety in the event of an anxiety attack.
by Natasha Devine on August 16, 2016
Infographic anxiety spoon theory infographic

Anxiety and the Spoon Theory

If you live with chronic illness, explaining your condition can be tough. The spoon theory was created to do just that, and has since become so much more.
by NewLifeOutlook Team on March 7, 2016
Wedding Anxiety

Planning a Wedding With Anxiety

Planning a wedding can completely overwhelm someone with anxiety. Do you want to reduce wedding anxiety and have the happiest day of your life? Here’s how.
by Eric Patterson on February 9, 2016
Danger of the Word Should

The Danger of the Word ‘Should’

The trend in anxious self-talk is the word "should," which carries tremendous weight and passes judgment on yourself or a situation when you use it.
by Eric Patterson on January 19, 2016