Unique newsletter not only includes continuous and overall anxiety help but assistance with stress, panic attacks, agoraphobia, and even ADHD. We provide a comprehensive approach so that you can heal, continue in the direction of self-improvement and enjoy the life you desire!
GET STARTED NOW: HELP WITH ANXIETY, STRESS, PANIC ATTACKS, AGORAPHOBIA & ADHD
At Panic Attack Recovery we are former sufferers teaching others how to be proactive and take charge of their anxiety, panic attacks, ADHD, and mental health in general. We provide a comprehensive approach so that you can heal, continue in the direction of self-improvement and enjoy the life you desire! Those interested in self-help in general can also benefit from our information. We’d love to have you subscribe and join us. Check out our library of podcasts, videos, and articles below (from newest to oldest)
Weekly ADHD & Anxiety Tips: The Power of Context
In last week’s video, we talked about the problem of judgment. By judgment we were referring to the tendency to judge yourself or others. The reason we wanted to talk about the tendency to judge is because having a constant chatter of judgment in your head can really make you stressed and irritable. As a reminder, you can always get our videos or podcast episodes from our website. In this video, we want to discuss another factor that can affect you as much as judgment. Today we’re talking about the power of context. By context, we mean that there’s a time and place for having fun or relaxing. And there’s times when we all need to focus. The challenge for people sometimes, especially those who struggle with anxiety and ADHD, is finding the right balance. We might swing too far one way or another. In other words, we might have a hard time coming back from leisure time and find that getting to work is really difficult. Or at the other extreme, we might focus on something to the exclusion of everything else. Again, it’s about finding balance. Here is a strategy.
Watch the video version below
Podcast: The Power of Collective Benefits for Anxiety & ADHD – Part 2
In our last podcast episode, we discussed how if everything you do maybe just works a little bit for you, this translates into a really big benefit. Huge actually in the aggregate, in the collective sense.
Taken together, many small effects = a large effect for your recovery from stress, anxiety and ADHD.
We discussed a number of techniques that you could use, that have been shared throughout our various podcast episodes, videos, and newsletter, etc. Today we want to share some more.
Pick your preferred option to listen below:
Click on the player below to listen via the SoundCloud Player