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There are basically two things you can do with anxiety. You can avoid it or face it. Avoiding it is a perfectly fine thing to do if you can get away with it; but if you can’t, then face it in such a way that you can either defeat it or learn to live with it. I can face it with you, if that’s what you must do.

Go to the Therapy page to find out what an appointment with me is like and set one up. Or you can get started by reading this partial list of articles I’ve written about anxiety.


How Your Body Can Help You Find Peace

See, Do, Teach: Learning Skills as Therapy

Something You Can Do When There’s Nothing You Can Do: Relaxation Therapy

Ignite Confidence and Cook the Negativity

Guilt and Shame

Acceptance and Patience

Feeling Words

Ambivalence: What It Has to Do With Creativity

Metaphorical Feelings

Don’t Be Mindless About Mindfulness: It Doesn’t Have to Involve Meditation

Adaptation: What Change Feels Like

Living with Stress: And Why You Should Try It

How I Made Peace With My Inner Critic: And Saw Him for Who He Really Is

Since a lot of anxiety is rooted in trauma, you can also check out the Trauma articles.

My book, The Road to Reconciliation, is the best resource if your anxiety is associated with a troubled relationship.

Informative, down to earth and practical. Constructive Conflict: Building Something Good Out of All Those Arguments is a must read for anyone who wants concrete, explicit ways to improve their communication and conflict resolution skills.

I have developed a 2 1/2 hour video course that helps people get on the Road to Reconciliation. You can watch it as many times as you need.

Part 1 is free, so you can see what it’s like. The cost of the entire course is $25.

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