Dan Stelter is a lifelong anxiety sufferer who has made a strong recovery on his own. You can visit his website at http://www.anxietysupportnetwork.com, read his regular articles at http://www.anxietysupportnetwork.com/articles.html, and join the discussion in his forum at http://www.anxietysupportnetwork.com/index.php
Here are details on this very important aspect of anxiety recovery and stress relief!
A comprehensive approach from multiple angles is best when treating anxiety; here is why this is so.
One thing that has been debated for many years and will continue to be debated for some time is the nature versus nurture debate. What is this debate? This debate centers on what has caused a person...
Medication is just part of a treatment plan for anxiety; it is not a magical cure by any stretch of the imagination and here's why.
Many people have been anxious their entire lives and have no idea what recovery looks like; this article tries to paint that picture.
One of the most powerful ways for a person to assess himself or herself is to monitor his or her internal dialogue. But, what is internal dialogue, and how does one identify it? Internal dialogue ...
I am not sure about some of the readers of this article, but I know that many anxiety-sufferers have stumbled across advertisements claiming to be able to completely relieve anxiety in a very short pe...
Everyone does it to some degree, but what is hypervigilance and how does it affect anxiety?
Confidence is a foreign feeling to the anxious; here is what it feels like and how to gain more of it.
This old cliche really is true; learn how it affects anxiety here.
Methods exist that are timeless and that reduce anxiety permanently. Here are some of those methods.
Many methods exist to recover from anxiety; what must one absolutely know in order to recover from it?
Some personal reflections on the proper place of medication in anxiety recovery.
The premise is simple; the article shows how it works and how it can be used to reduce anxiety!
This situation can be very scary in itself, but this article shows that the converse is true and what one can expect in an initial counseling appearance.