Something that has made a big difference for me in managing my anxiety symptoms is time. When I have plenty of time to get something done, I am pleasantly calm. But if I feel rushed, no matter how much my anxiety symptoms have diminished, I will still feel some anxiety. So, if I have control over it, I frequently have to remind myself to prioritize and keep distractions to a minimum. In other words, managing time helps manage anxiety.
February 9, 2012
Anxiety Tip #4: Time
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