Before I start my day I set about creating a to do list. I add things to it like the phone calls I want to make, errands I need to do and any marketing or blogging which needs to be done as well personal stuff. And then more often than not as I get to the end of the list I begin to think about the 'shoulds'! By adding the 'shoulds' to my list such as “I should make time for exercise” or “I should do ....” I begin to feel pressure mounting. The dread of doing the things I ‘sho
The Phone rings and I don’t get to it in time. I ring the number back but there's no answer. Next a friend asks me for a favour and of course, without thinking it through, I automatically say ‘yes’. Then I remember the new top that I bought which doesn’t fit and I need to take it back but I don’t feel very sure about it and I don’t want to deal with it. I get cross with myself and ask, “Why didn’t I get to the phone quick enough”, “why can’t I just say “no” without feeling
It’s not surprising that most of us feel some sort of anxiety with all the demands and stresses of modern day life.
It’s bad enough when you’re feeling a bit anxious or nervous about talking in front of a group of people or when you’re waiting for blood test results but when anxiety begins to creep in on a daily basis it’s just not nice. Infact in can be down right scary and certainly not a fun place to be. Anxiety in it’s mildest form can cause quick responses to immediat