Understanding Postpartum Anxiety
Many a times women notice changes in themselves after the arrival of their little bundles, but they are not able to understand why these deviations from their usual behaviour in such a happy time. What they don’t know is that there is so much they are coping with in just hours after giving birth.
Strategies to Build Resilience Before Facing Trauma
The process of adapting in adversity or bouncing back from difficult experiences such as family and relationship problems, serious health problems or workplace and financial stressors is known as resilience. Research deems resilience as a skill, which could be developed or learned especially during traumatic events. Find out how to build this skill in yourself.
Mindfulness to Overcome Anxiety
Worrying comes naturally to us. How do we stop the constant stream of negative thought? Mindfulness is a useful practice that can help us refocus to the present and reduce anxiety.
7 Ways to Stop Being an Overly Anxious Parent
Parenting is tough. Parenting while battling anxious thoughts is even tougher. Many of us are concerned about our children's physical safety, emotional health and mental health as they go out to school, interact with others, travel, play, etc. Some level of concern is helpful, but at times it crosses the line and robs us of peace of mind. It also may result in us restricting our child too much. Find helpful tips to overcome this issue.
We might love the person to the core, however something might stop us from within from going forward with that relationship. When we are out of a relationship, we might want to get into one and when we are in, we might want to get out. Sometimes this is because of relationship anxiety.
Managing your Worries
Some of us may be caught up in a pattern of worrying, about things we see or hear, about the present or the future. We may end up feeling anxious or apprehensive more than whats helpful. We can learn to manage these worries.
Coping with Emotions at Work
We all have moments when our emotions get the better of us. Not surprising, considering the fact that we face stressors at the workplace that include budget cuts, layoffs, deadlines, irate customers or an unreasonable boss maybe. Of course when things are going well, work is a breeze but it is when things get rough that negative emotions come into play.
All of us feel anxious and stressed out from time to time. Situations such as meeting tight deadlines, difficulties with relationships, or even battling traffic often bring about anxious feelings in us. This article helps you understand more about anxiety and its symptoms.