Jumping to Conclusions

When I was younger and didn’t know how to assess my anxiety correctly, I fell into several thinking traps. The biggest one that I had to overcome was jumping to conclusions. I was an expert at making predictions about what was going to happen with little to no evidence. After my first panic attack, IContinue reading “Jumping to Conclusions”

Burn Out

It’s official! Burnout is now a legitimate medical diagnosis. You have no idea how happy I am that this has been recognized by WHO – I experienced this first hand back in 2013/2014, I’m not ashamed to admit it. I was working long hours at a job for a boss who didn’t understand personal boundaries,Continue reading “Burn Out”

It’s not you; it’s them

This topic has been weighing on me for a couple of years now as I’ve started to realize that our relationships with people affect us immensely. Most of my anxiety was brought on by toxic relationships, and unfortunately, I found this out too little too late. I’ve compiled a short list of tell-all signs ofContinue reading “It’s not you; it’s them”