In the aftermath of a panic attack, self-care is vital. Use these exercises to cultivate self-compassion, to reduce the spiral of shame and further anxiety.
When feeling hopeless, believing you have no choice leads to despair and suicidal thoughts. But there’s always a choice – you just have to discover it.
An excessive self-critical voice could be an indication that our expectations are unattainably high. Creating a new relationship with the critic is key.
Draw upon the joint wisdom of the Serenity Prayer and personality psychology to take appropriate responsibility when life feels out of control.
Public speak and award winning author Valerie Mason-John guides us through Eight Step Recovery, a Buddhist framework for overcoming addiction.
For those with a history of panic attacks, public speaking may seem an impossible task. These resources will help you move past anxiety and find your voice.