Part of overcoming anxiety is learning to trust natural, automatic processes to take care of us.
Anxiety and panic, as emotions, are designed to exaggerate themselves for our own safety. Sometimes we need to regulate them to stay functional.
Panic attacks are a relatively common anxious response. What are panic attacks, and how can they be handled?
The roots of anger are natural; but we can definitely manage our lives better to reduce it.
Inconsistency and suffering are always with us. But by working on our own minds, we can reduce our fear.
When our older, animal brain gets anxious, we have a choice. We can leave panic to spiral out of control.
Or we can use our newer, cerebral brain to intervene with more peaceful stories.