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On this episode of The MindGal Podcast, we are going to talk about the three things you absolutely should never say to someone who is anxious, and the three things you SHOULD say in their place.
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I wonder what I should worry about? This has been a common theme in my life for as early as I can remember. Whether consciously or subconsciously, I was always either worried about something or looking for something to worry about. If I couldn’t find anything to worry about, I would start to worry about […]
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For some of us, anxiety has been an unwelcome presence in our life for as long as we can remember. For others, it was triggered by a life event and never went away. Whichever way anxiety has taken hold of you, we can be sure it is uncomfortable, scary and makes us feel out of […]
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We set ourselves up for failure when we create circumstances that will provide evidence that will support our claim of being not good enough. This article helps to stop negative messaging and anxiety producing thoughts.
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On this episode of The MindGal Podcast, we focus on the word sorry. Often a word that is overused in situations where it is not warranted. Listen to this episode to learn about four situations where "I'm sorry" is most commonly used, and replacing it with more empowering language.
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The following article is written by Angelina Anzalone, creator of https://coffeewithasplashofgratitude.com. For more information about Angelina, including how you can follow her, please read the author notes at the end of the article Most, if not all of us are familiar with the jerk we like to call anxiety. Anxiety is a bully in every […]
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On this episode of The MindGal Podcast, we are going to talk about the three things you absolutely should never say to someone who is anxious, and the three things you SHOULD say in their place.
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I wonder what I should worry about? This has been a common theme in my life for as early as I can remember. Whether consciously or subconsciously, I was always either worried about something or looking for something to worry about. If I couldn’t find anything to worry about, I would start to worry about […]
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For some of us, anxiety has been an unwelcome presence in our life for as long as we can remember. For others, it was triggered by a life event and never went away. Whichever way anxiety has taken hold of you, we can be sure it is uncomfortable, scary and makes us feel out of […]
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We set ourselves up for failure when we create circumstances that will provide evidence that will support our claim of being not good enough. This article helps to stop negative messaging and anxiety producing thoughts.
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