Mastering Your Anxiety

Mastering your anxiety is learning to live in harmony with yourself. It is the art of harnessing of your mind, your body and your soul in order to create a life worth living.

Controlling, destroying, conquering, managing and all those words that people use to describe ‘getting rid of’ anxiety are all around us. But I’ve come to terms with the fact that my anxiety is going to be with me for life. It’s a part of me.

Even though, it often sucks, it makes me kinder, more empathetic, and great in a crisis. Your anxiety makes you unique.

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Living from panic attack to panic attack is unbearable. You need to become the master of your mind.

It’s your responsibility to learn about yourself, how you work and how to create a world that works with your anxiety, not against it.


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The thought of being free of anxiety is an attractive one. Imagine a life where you could do literally anything, without the fear of having a panic attack.

It sounds too good to be true. But what if you could have that same freedom? I believe that is possible and to some extent, I’ve experienced that freedom. I still experience anxiety and I do still fear having a panic attack. But I am not longer deathly afraid of them.

They still majorly suck and I hate having them. But I have come to terms with the fact that they won’t kill me. It’s going to be unpleasant and it might feel like the world is ending, but I can survive it. 

Just conquering my fear of panic attacks has given me so much more freedom. I know I am capable of doing anything. However, sometimes my body might have a wobble and release too much adrenaline and cortisol, leading to a panic attack. It can be embarrassing having one in public, but people barely notice those things. 

When you’re in a situation that sucks and you have a panic attack. Think about how many you’ve already survived in your life. Each time you’ve come out of it stronger. Have faith that you can survive one more.