To manage overwhelming emotions, we can get busy on distracting activities, or we can work inwardly on ourselves. Both are effective, but learning to manage our emotions inwardly may have more long-term success.
Anxiety: being on edge
Anxiety can be caused by conflicts of ideas. Therefore, we need to spend time exploring the different ideas that make up our minds.
A significant driver in anxiety is fear, a very primitive emotion that’s hard to handle.
Anxiety: the sanity gap
Whatever type of anxiety we experience, we can gain ourselves a sense of spaciousness and relief.
The cognitive effects of stress
Stress disrupts our ability to think clearly. But there are a few simple things we can do to help ourselves.
Anxiety: keeping up with everything
We may feel anxious that we face an impossible list of tasks to be done. But some of this pressure is self-imposed. We can be kinder to ourselves and others.
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