As part of Mental Health Awareness week, more and more people are talking about their own dilemma regarding the mental health crisis they have experienced in life. Whether it’s depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, negative thinking, grief, or anything else under the mental health spectrum, people all over the world in all different classes, genders, religions, races are experiencing symptoms connected to mental health issues. This shows how very important hypnotherapy is to this world as a resource to help people overcome some of their mental health issues. People think that they have to live with depression, live with anxiety, live with their mental health illness, but the truth is hypnotherapy can help you overcome it, transform the baggage surrounding the issue so it’s not taking over your life. You can drastically lessen or even eliminate the symptoms and underlying feelings, thus releasing you from the anxiety, depression or other mental health issue that affects you.
Often times, people endure mental and emotional anguish by themselves, yet they feel comfortable to share the good and happy times together with others. Society has made it seems that sharing vulnerabilities, especially for males, is a bad thing and it has a negative stigma.
Moving Through Dark Times In Life
As the coronavirus continues to affect all of our lives, anxiety raises to an all-time high for people around the world. Some are stressed and fearful about what’s going to happen next. Some are scared and worried about contracting the virus. Some are in a state of anxiety over money and food for their families, and some are stuck in other countries or in cruise ships anxious to get home. The primary purpose of anxiety is to keep you safe and protected. Therefore, it is understood if you are experiencing anxiety during this coronavirus pandemic as this has disrupted many peoples’ routines, lives, plans and even dreams as well.
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Have you ever made plans to go out to a social setting where you know you will be forced to speak with people you don’t know? Were you excited about it because you love meeting new people or did you dread it so much that you considered staying home if not actually doing so? If you went, did you make conversations or new friends or did you sit in a corner by yourself with a pit in your stomach nervously rehearsing in your mind what you would say if someone wanted to talk to you?
If you have ever experienced the latter of the options, then you have experienced social anxiety. Since everything in life is technically a social event, whether its work, school, or fun, let’s look at 5 ways to help you overcome social anxiety:
5 Ways To Overcome Social Anxiety
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