A Better You in How to Get Rid of Anxiety and Panic
Working to better you can cut down anxiety and panic attacks. Stressors are leaders of stress, which often targets each one of us everyday. For instance, I work hard to complete batches of articles while dealing with interferences and interruptions. People come to my door wanting to chat, get me out of the house, or take up my time asking for help. I am a nice person, thus I am easily, taken advantage of if I let them. Instead, I let people know that I have a job, a life, plans and goals and that I have less time than the average. I let them know that I do not want out of the house; otherwise, I would be running around all day. I inform them assertively that I am working toward my future, and while I appreciate their consideration, I am content in my position. Thus, asserting self and standing up and fighting to reach your goals is ultimate in bettering you and getting rid of anxiety and panic.
Taking action is the process of bettering self for a successful future. When you take action, you will find it easier to remove stressors. I could spend a lifetime crying each time I allowed someone to take control of my life, but instead, I control my own life and have no problem letting anyone know it. Of course, things come up we must deal with that interferes and interrupts our lives, however dealing with it now can put an end to the problem later.
Stressors are nasty little critters that work for us or against us. If you learn to minimize stressors you will have a friend, since when stress steps in, you will rarely feel anxious or panic. Now take the test to find out how you deal with stress.
Do you place high emphasis on small problems making them bigger? If you answered yes, then you need to check your mind carefully before jumping to conclusions.
Do you often place high importance on insignificant issues? Do you disassociate from inconsequentiality, i.e. do you let the little things go? If you answered yes to one then learn what is important to you. If you said yes to the second question then you are working to better self, since you are not sweating the small stuff.
Asking questions and searching for answers can help you to avoid stressors, overwhelming stress, anxiety and panic. Once you ask questions and seek out answers, you will grow into resourcefulness, which is a healthy state of mind.
Resourcefulness enables you to use ingenuity and imagination while learning inventiveness. You will find originality, which is a high commendable quality that we all seek. In other words, you creative mind will explore possibilities, learn to weigh consequences and so forth, reducing stress, anxiety and panic.
Originality is finding something new in your life and about you. As you develop your imagination, you will soon discover how the mind’s eyes work. The step to better you clears the mind, reducing stress on the head and enforcing your thoughts to flow freely. Take the test.
Imagine you in the next few weeks feeling better about self. Imagine self-smiling, feeling good, and not fearing anxiety and panic. Keep going while telling you that from now on “I intend to work toward a better me. I am not going to allow stressors, stress, anxiety and panic to control my life.” Now, imagine self-doing it, while planning actions and steps to achieve your newfound goal to a better you.