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Enjoy a Happy Life after Mental Illness Diagnosis | When you struggle with mental health issues, sometimes it can feel as if there is no light at the end of the tunnel, but happiness is possible again. Read more. www.HealthyPlace.com

Enjoy a Happy Life after Mental Illness Diagnosis | When you struggle with mental health issues, sometimes it can feel as if there is no light at the end of the tunnel, but happiness is possible again. Read more. www.HealthyPlace.com

The monsters we fight with. (Click to enlarge)

The monsters we fight with. (Click to enlarge)

Everyone has monsters looming behind them, tugging at their hair, covering their eyes with their ghastly claws or just barely touching your shoulders. Either way, they're there...

The monsters we fight with. (Click to enlarge)

Everyone has monsters looming behind them, tugging at their hair, covering their eyes with their ghastly claws or just barely touching your shoulders. Either way, they're there...

Depression and anxiety symptoms often tend to overlap, especially in the older population, leading to an under-diagnosis of anxiety. However, treatment for the two disorders can be different - that's why it's important to accurately diagnose and assess these disorders in older adults.

Depression and anxiety symptoms often tend to overlap, especially in the older population, leading to an under-diagnosis of anxiety. However, treatment for the two disorders can be different - that's why it's important to accurately diagnose and assess these disorders in older adults.

Signs of Overthinking #anxiety #overthinking #perfectionist

Signs You Are an Overthinker

Quick helps for anxiety: 1. Long slow deep breath 2. Realize it's your body's way of telling you, it thinks you might be in danger. (Just thank your body and tell it you're ok.) 3. You learned this reaction in childhood when you were powerless. (You have better coping skills now; remind yourself that.) 4. When the thoughts start spinning, stop them and replace them with positive, powerful thoughts like: I can do this. 5. If you treat anxiety like the enemy, it will...

Quick helps for anxiety: 1. Long slow deep breath 2. Realize it's your body's way of telling you, it thinks you might be in danger. (Just thank your body and tell it you're ok.) 3. You learned this reaction in childhood when you were powerless. (You have better coping skills now; remind yourself that.) 4. When the thoughts start spinning, stop them and replace them with positive, powerful thoughts like: I can do this. 5. If you treat anxiety like the enemy, it will...

Truth is, I have severe social anxiety. If I initiate  a conversation with you, know that it takes every ounce of courage I have

Truth is, I have severe social anxiety. If I initiate a conversation with you, know that it takes every ounce of courage I have

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