Befriending Anxiety
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Inner Conflict: The Refining Fire -

Inner Conflict: The Refining Fire - | Befriending Anxiety | Scoop.it

The healthiest way to respond to nagging discomfort of inner conflict is to face it. By facing inner conflict, you have the opportunity to gain a strengthened sense of self, better problem-solving skills, increased authenticity, more self-compassion and increased integrity.

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When we truly look at our inner conflict, without judgment, and commit to healthy resolution, we become more of our authentic selves and more aware...

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10 fear of flying tips from the most followed therapists on Twitter | Fear of Flying School

10 fear of flying tips from the most followed therapists on Twitter | Fear of Flying School | Befriending Anxiety | Scoop.it

I asked the most popular therapists on Twitter for quick and proven tips to reduce your anxiety.

And they’ve come through with some priceless wisdom.


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Dr. Amy Fuller's curator insight, July 11, 2013 1:33 AM

Fear of flying is one of the most common phobias there is. Here's some great advice from Tim Benjamin's list of the most followed therapists on twitter... www.fearofflyingschool.com

Happy flying...or not according to Dr. Art Markman!

Amy Fuller PhD

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Fear and Panic: How to Take Back Control -

Fear and Panic: How to Take Back Control - | Befriending Anxiety | Scoop.it
Imagine you’re in an elevator mentally running through your list of to do’s for the day.  Suddenly, the elevator stops between floors.  The lights go dark and the alarm begins to sound.  What most people will likely experience is an element of fear or panic. Fear is the body’s natural response to anything that is …
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Do you ever struggle with fear or panic?  Find out how changing your relationship to these unpleasant visitors can save you years of stress!

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