Anxiety Relief: Creating a Daily Management Routine

Most of this article was first published by me on Vocal, but I have done some updating and added some new information. To see the article in it's original form, you can read it on Vocal here- "Managing Anxiety: Creating a Daily Routine" Everyone has experienced anxiety in some form. Even if it was just as a child, when things were…

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Battling Anxiety: Tools for getting your life back

What I found was that there wasn't any one thing that "fixes" my anxiety, and the only way to manage it was to accept that it WILL affect me, so I have to be prepared to deal with it when it tries to take over. Below, I’ve listed the different techniques I use to manage my anxiety.

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Using Distractions As Coping Mechanisms: Tools For Chronic Illness, Mental Illness, & Recovery

People usually think of distractions as something that hinders productivity, but there are some situations where they can actually be helpful. For many of the topics I write about, distractions can be used as coping mechanisms. As long as you’re using healthy distractions, they can be a great way to deal with chronic illness, mental illness, and addiction/recovery. They can even…

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Realistic Support for Chronic Illness, Addiction Recovery, & Mental Illness

Facebook Support Group

I'm a member of several groups, support and otherwise, on Facebook. Some of them have been helpful, but I've yet to find one that covers a specific variety of topics in a realistic way- so, I created one💜 Introducing- "Realistic Support for Chronic Illness, Addiction Recovery, & Mental Illness." This group is for people who want to have a realistic conversation…

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