‘Let the fears run through you’: What can free solo climbers teach us about overcoming anxiety disorders?

September 16, 2019

Free soloing – climbing without safety equipment – involves dealing with intense fear, not unlike that experienced by many individuals with anxiety disorders.

The mental skills these climbers use to manage their emotions while climbing can also be used by regular people with anxiety disorders to live fuller lives.

Is mindfulness making you more anxious? Why you might be doing mindfulness wrong

July 1, 2019

If you struggle with fear and anxiety, mindfulness skills have incredible potential to enable you to live a richer, fuller and more meaningful life.

However, when mindfulness meditation is used as a technique to control unwanted thoughts and feelings, it can quickly become part of the problem instead of the solution.

The 3-step approach guaranteed NOT to stop your panic attack

March 14, 2019

There is no technique or intervention that can stop a panic attack (and no need for one anyway since a panic attack subsides on its own).

Instead, try this powerful 3-step approach to let go of your struggle with panic attacks and conquer panic disorder.

Why am I depressed? The surprising link between anxiety and depression

January 28, 2019

One of the most striking observations about depression is how frequently the condition occurs alongside an anxiety disorder.

The link between anxiety disorders and depression may be related to how you respond to perceived threats.

9 signs you could have an anxiety disorder (and what that means)

December 11, 2018

Diagnosing an anxiety disorder isn’t straightforward, and there are no objective tests that you can use to self-diagnose.

However, here are nine signs that indicate you may have an anxiety disorder.

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