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The Anxiety Healing Program Review – Self Help for Anxiety

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  1. Jukka says:

    I’ve been suffering from anxiety pretty much my whole life. These days it’s low level and intermittent fortunately. I can usually “snap out of it” if I do a little self reflection and have a conversation with my self how my I’m being anxious about irrational things and how it doesn’t benefit myself at all. It’s like negotiating with my own psyche,

    I imagine I’m talking to a scared child and this really seems to do the trick. I do think anxiety, at least in my case is a childhood reminiscent feeling of being scared of the unknown. I convince my inner child I’m a capable adult and the adult part of me will handle any trouble that’s ahead.

    That said I have never tried CBT, I have read about it extensively but never worked up the courage to go to a therapist. Partly because I’m fairly functional but that doesn’t change the fact that anxiety lowers my quality of life at times. I guess what I’m doing is a bit like CBT because I think it’s about changing negative inner beliefs.

    I still might give this program a chance as it’s pretty affordable. Thanks for the recommendation!

  2. David ben says:

    Hello there thanks for this awesome article it would really be of great help to the public as it has been of help to me I have had anxiety issues for sometime and it has really be affect my family,you when the man is down is more likely the house is down I tried alot of products ranging from tablets to syrups but to no avail but I think I would give it a trial.

    • Kat says:

      Hi, thank you for sharing your experience of anxiety. It can affect many people around you when you are struggling yourself. It sounds like you are open to finding strategies for managing it which is wonderful. I wish you all the best ~kat

  3. David ben says:

    I have been looking for some like this although I have tried some different products like this and most of them did not work but I still kept looking because this anxiety issue has disturbed me and my spouse for some time we have even gone for massages but to know avail but after reading this article I think I have found what I have been looking for,thanks alot for this very helpful article.

    • Kat says:

      Dealing with anxiety can be a big challenge. It’s good that you’ve been looking into various strategies for managing it and haven’t given up on finding something that will work for you. All the best with what you decide on doing. 

      ~kat

  4. yoge says:

    The article about the ” A Review of the Anxiety Healing Program” looks nice.You give several information about the  Healing Program.Even my cousin’s sister recommender for me but I’m not interested with any Healing Program but after seeing your article it gives more additional information about the anxiety disorder and Anxiety Healing Program for Teens – $49.00 is very cheap. Thanks for giving the recommended information.

    – by yoge

    • Kat says:

      Hi Yoge, thanks for sharing your thoughts on whether to do the Anxiety Program and initial reluctance. It is very good for anyone who experiences anxiety, including teens, so certainly let others know about this program if you recognise a need. Perhaps you could reconsider doing it yourself if you experience high anxiety. All the best ~kat 

  5. Marketa says:

    Hi there and thanks for the informative article

    As a high school teacher, I see first hand how anxiety can cripple young people, especially when they are preparing for their final exams. 

    The anxiety healing program sounds like something that could be presented in schools for students to work through as part of pastoral activities. Do you know how I could find more information about the course being offered in schools to larger groups perhaps? 

    Thanks very much 

    • Kat says:

      This program isn’t delivered to schools, as it’s a program for the individual however that being said, a school counselor could request permission from the creators themselves and get the appropriate approval from the school themselves and offer to run the program in small groups if time permits. It could be offered to students who choose to participate or offer one on one with the support of the school counselor themselves. There are many ways to offer this throughout schools, it depends on the school, who would be willing and have skills in being able to address any possible concerns for the participants and check with the creators if this would be something they are okay for it to happen. 

  6. Benny says:

    This could truly be the life saving encounter I have been waiting for and for a truth, this is really great to see here. Anxiety is a problem I have been battling with for quiet a long time now and getting to see that there is a specialised program designed to help me with it even without having to leave the comfort of my home, that is great to see for me. Thanks

    • Kat says:

      Hi Benny, anxiety is a personal experience but widespread. It’s great that you’ve found something that could help you work through your experience with anxiety. I would love to hear if you do decide to get this program and what you think of it. All the best ~kat

  7. Rodarrick says:

    The anxiety healing program  seems okay to know about for me since most of the things attached to it has to do with one maintaining the privacy and still staying at home. This is great to know for me. However, I have a little problem with that. If one stays at home without having a physical meeting with therapist and all, how then will one be able to explain the difficulties in the program and reactions towards it?

    • Kat says:

      Hi Rodarrick, thanks for your good question. I too wondered this as there isn’t a counselor in conjunction with the program. It depends on one’s own anxiety levels. There’s no harm in doing work on one’s anxiety without support from a therapist. One can still find a therapist and talk it through with them in conjunction with the program if they need to. One can also ask a trusted friend or family member and talk through their experiences and ideas. One can email the program creators and request feedback from them. All the best

      ~kat

  8. Tony Ladera says:

    Kat, I was always under the impression that some anxiety in life was normal.  And at some level all of us humans do and must experience many of the very psychological and emotional responses that we often complain about or find debilitating.  

    And I suppose to some degree this is true, however in considering your posts it has become apparent to me now that it is not entirely the case.  As with other concerns, it is important to determine if or how we’re affected.  Which is why I enjoyed reacting to your self-exam questions: “How does this anxiety affect me?  Does it stop me from doing what I want to do?”  

    And then to really listen to my answers to myself.  

    I believe that negative anxiety must be, at the very least, addressed in a meaningful way.  For as you noted, “being proactive” is a positive step to overcoming and to be free of this condition.

    • Kat says:

      Hi Tony, it sounds like you have been able to do some reflecting of your own, this is such an important step in learning more about one’s experience of emotions. It’s when you can make connections and understandings of your own personal experiences that can benefit how you cope when anxiety happens. I’m glad to hear the self-assessment questions were helpful for you. All the best ~kat

  9. sharen says:

    I am very glad I found your website.  I had not heard about the CBT anxiety self help program before.  It sounds like something that could really work.  In my opinion, if it did work it would be far better than taking medication that usually has  side effects that are sometime worse than the problem.  I have a very close friend who experiences anxiety and I think this might be a plan that could work for him, with proper support.  I certainly can’t help him by myself, but we could try working together with direction from the program.  Thank you for this information, it is most helpful.

    Sharen

    • Kat says:

      Hi Sharen, it’s great to hear from you and how you have been helping your friend and been supporting him. I hope you can pass this information onto him and help him work through the challenges of his experience of anxiety. ~kat

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