5 posts from day 14/09/2017

Navigating the Treacherous Waters Of Anxiety Successfully: Part 1

There are fewer things in life that can be more paralyzing than chronic anxiety. It can rob you of the simplest day to day activities- from making friends, money, memories to generally enjoying life. Anxiety can become so painful and distressing that at times a person will resort to dangerously addictive substances in exchange for some temporary relief. I know, because that is exactly what happened to me, and it affected my life tremendously. ...

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Resources for Educating Loved Ones on Supporting People With Addiction: Organizations

If you have a loved one or colleague who has addictive behaviors or is abusing alcohol or other drugs, you are probably struggling with how to address their addiction. Like many others who have walked this road, you don’t know how to help the person seek treatment, or how to communicate your concerns without angering or alienating them. Click Here for Entire Article 

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Dare to Impress the Right Person

We spend so much of the valuable time in our lives making incredible efforts to be what we think others want us to be, to do and look and act like we think we are supposed to, based on the criteria that the people around us have set for us. I am here today to tell you to stop it. Stop, right now. There is no one more important in this world for you than you. There is nothing that matters most for your happiness and peace of mind that you encourage yourself to do and be and act exactly ...

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Chester Bennington’s Son Shares Suicide Prevention Video

Chester Bennington’s son, Draven, has unveiled a powerful new video as part of this year’s National Suicide Prevention Week. Watch it by clicking here

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