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16 Aug Learn To Live Anxiety Free with Online Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Mindfulness Meditation

A racing heart, dizziness, tingling in limbs, sweats, chest pain and breathing difficulties can all be symptoms of a panic attack. Anxiety is on a spectrum ranging from mild worry to an anxiety attack with a whole lot in-between. If you have ever been diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder, you are not alone. More than 6 million people in the United States suffer from anxiety. 
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07 Aug Learn To Reduce Anger Through Mindfulness Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness Meditation

We go through life thinking that other people and situations make us angry. Our emotions are susceptible to the winds of events, and we get blown like a flag on a tall pole. This is exhausting.  So, what do we do? We try to control other people and situations. And as you know that is not an effective strategy. But you can learn powerful skills and gain tools through cognitive behavioral therapy.  Add in mindfulness meditation techniques and you will experience a rapid and dramatic drop in anger.
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18 Jul How To Break Free of Addictive Behaviors with Online Therapy

We are all addicted. Stop thinking about addiction only in regards to alcohol and drugs. Take a close look at your behaviors. Whenever you catch yourself doing something repetitively that you don’t even want to do, this would fall under an addictive behavior pattern. It can be sneaking junk food late at night, watching episode after episode of tv, obsessively cleaning, googling, and even working out excessively, etc. The good news is you are not your behavior patterns. That said, these behaviors are suffering as it is being used to numb feelings. And to make matters worse, it usually ends end up spiraling into a negative loop of beating yourself up. You perform the behavior to feel better or not feel and then wind up feeling worse. Sound familiar? Unfortunately, there is no such thing as selectively numbing. When you choose this dysfunctional coping mechanism all emotions positive and negative are numbed. The result is that you wind up not feeling alive. This is where online therapy can help. 
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06 Dec 10 Steps to Begin a Meditation Practice

Beginning a meditation practice Think of sitting on the meditation cushion as a microcosm of how your mind operates all the time. You are just too busy to recognize what is actually going on. It is a rich opportunity to familiarize yourself with the mind and its...

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