Dan Garcia, LCSW
Anxiety is Miserable
Since the pandemic has started, there has been a huge rise in the number of cases of anxiety across the nation. In all my years of experience,
I have never seen a greater demand for people who need professional help.
With the regular strain of everyday life: working full time, raising kids, paying bills and managing relationships,
life can feel like a mad rush. It is no wonder that anxiety is one of the most common ailments in our society. Life gets even harder
with the negative impact of social media and when you go through other major life events like death of a loved one.
Add a Covid-19 Pandemic to the mix and you are ripe for an anxiety disorder
When life throws you so many curve balls at you all at once, it is easy to start hating the way you feel and anxiety can prevail. As terrible as anxiety can feel, the good news is that anxiety is highly treatable!
Hope with Quality Treatment
Anxiety is highly treatable. Did you know that the field of psychology has advanced so far that almost all cases of anxiety can be dramatically reduced. It's even possible that the disorder can even be completely eliminated at times.
A Common Mistake People Make When Dealing with AnxietyA common mistake people make when dealing with anxiety is ignoring it. People will often think that I just need to push the negative thoughts out of my head. That might be a good idea when you are trying to sleep, however, if this is the main way you deal with it, then it gives your anxiety the opportunity to grow as it starts impacting more and more areas of your life. So instead of letting your symptoms get progressively worse, it is wiser to deal with your anxiety in small increments so that you can learn to develop new ways to handle your problems.
What You Can Expect to Learn and Grow Through
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