"As an introvert with anxiety, the ability to work from home has been a godsend. There’s no elevator small talk. Meetings are accomplished over text and email. The phone stays off, and my mind stays steady. It may sound reclusive, but the truth is I do work better this way, because I’m not anxious about making … Continue reading Article: “Tips for Business Meetings When You Have Anxiety”
"At the age of 38, I started to stutter. I was homeschooling my young son at the time, and every day saw us seeking out opportunities to socialize, venturing from the safety of our home to the outside world. One day, my words stopped coming. I could see them in my head, but they refused … Continue reading Article: “Should I Take Medication for My Anxiety?”
We all have them: those little annoyances that steal our calm and turn us into anxiety-riddled hermits. They can happen at any time, anywhere, and without any warning. It's easy to wilt under their pressure, their unexpectedness. Lately, though, I've been wondering what would happen if I approached them with a different frame of mind. Instead of automatically adopting … Continue reading Assuming the Best.