Online Therapy and Counseling for Anxiety
Anxiety doesn't have to rule your life.
What does your anxiety feel like?
Ask yourself these questions:
When do you first remember feeling anxious?
Does your anxiety show up occasionally or is it with you most of the time?
Is your anxiety mild, moderate, or severe?
Are there certain types of events or situations that make your anxiety worse?
Anxiety makes you feel different moods
Do you feel moods like:
Always on and you can't shut it off
Anxiety makes your thinking spiral downward
Do you notice yourself thinking things like:
Overestimating danger when it shows up.
Underestimating your ability to cope with the danger.
Underestimating your ability to obtain help and support.
Worries and catastrophic thoughts.
Anxiety makes your body feel things too
Do you experience things like:
Shallow and rapid breathing
Anxiety makes you do things
Do you do things like:
Avoiding situations that make your anxiety worse.
Leaving situations when anxiety begins.
Trying to be perfect or to control everything.
Doing things to feel safe and noticing your anxiety get worse when you can't do these things.