Think about yourself as a child, what did you feel when you were around your family? How were you received and met by the differing adults around you? What did you do for confirmation or approval from your parents or guardians and what made you anxious or sad as a child?
As children, we naturally observe life and read energy – however it’s a rare situation to find a child who is asked about what they observe, let alone supporte...
As a psychotherapist, I see lots of clients that are dealing with differing levels of anxiety on a daily basis. Anxiety is more than just feeling stressed or worried; While stress and feelings of worry or anxiousness are a common response to a situation where we feel under pressure, these feelings usually pass once the stressful situation has gone.
Anxiety is becoming more and more common, perhaps this is due to peoples lifestyles that are not allowing the self-care that fosters vitality and wellbeing. Although counselling and therapeutic support are very helpful for people who are struggling with anxiety here are some tips to support in managing and reducing anxiety outside of the therapy room.