How to Relieve Anxiety in 3 Easy Steps

There is a relief for anxiety, but it means flipping the script and changing the way you have always done things. The good news is that it does not have to be hard. This article demonstrates how to relieve anxiety with 3 easy steps.

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Negativity Bias: MindGal Podcast, Episode 12

On this week’s podcast, I am talking all about our propensity to lean toward the negative. It’s called negativity bias, and there is an evolutionary explanation for it. Tune in on itunes or Spotify to subscribe and never miss an episode, or follow the link below to listen and learn 3 easy techniques to manage […]

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Three Easy Ways to Stop Your Brain from Being a Jerk

  Brains are jerks. I have lived most of my adult life fighting my brain. It tells me that I can’t do something, or that I should be afraid, or that I am not worthy. In relationships, I would call this abusive and tell the person to get out immediately. I can’t escape my brain, […]

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What Not To Say to Someone With Anxiety

When we are feeling anxious, the last thing that we want to hear is someone telling us to calm down. There are so many things that people say in the name of being helpful that end up being the opposite of helpful. On this episode of The MindGal Podcast, we are going to talk about […]

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The Order of a Mental Disorder: How to Control Worry

I wonder what I should worry about? This has been a common theme in my life for as early as I can remember. Whether consciously or subconsciously, I was always either worried about something or looking for something to worry about. If I couldn’t find anything to worry about, I would start to worry about […]

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How to Use the Practice of Gratitude to Ease Anxiety

The following article is written by Angelina Anzalone, creator of https://coffeewithasplashofgratitude.com. For more information about Angelina, including how you can follow her, please read the author notes at the end of the article   Most, if not all of us are familiar with the jerk we like to call anxiety. Anxiety is a bully in every sense […]

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