by Dr. Craig April, Director of The April Center for Anxiety Attack Management - Los Angeles
Anxiety has a foundation and that foundation is fear. Fear is generally part of the human condition. We all have fears. It's what we do about our fears that counts.
If you were to examine most of your fears or phobias, you might find that most, if realized, are not life threatening. Although the anxiety that follows fear evokes a feeling of impending doom, it is often a false message from the brain.
Here is a well-known and often repeated acronym to assist in facing fear (author unknown):
Fear is . . .
Most of our fears, phobias and anxiety have little to no ability to truly harm us.
Take a look at your anxiety and fears. Determine how some of these false messages have interfered with your life. Life is short. No need to waste precious time while suffering with a lack of freedom. You can reduce your anxiety by learning the right strategies. It just takes a little effort and courage.
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