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Vitamin G and Anxiety

June 27, 2017

Today we want to talk to you about Vitamin G and its role in reducing mild to moderate anxiety. “Where can I get this?” we hear you shouting. “How much is it?” “Will it interact with my meds?”   The good news is, it’s absolutely free and there are no side effects. And you don’t […]

[Dis]organizational Anxiety

June 20, 2017

Yesterday, I spent an hour looking for my husband’s debit card. A card he had not lost as he always keeps it in the same place in his wallet (which he puts in the same place in the house). I had taken his debit card because I lost mine the week before. So, in total, […]

Anxiety Relief Strategy: Spin Kits

June 13, 2017

As a former professor of communication, I know that how we talk to ourselves about our experiences shapes how we view those experiences. Whenever I hear the term “panic attack,” it usually makes me feel panicky. So we Anxiety Sisters decided to adopt a kinder, gentler term for “panic/anxiety attack:” spinning. We like this term […]

Terrorism and Anxiety

June 6, 2017

Since the Manchester attack, I have struggled to write a meaningful (beyond the obvious “terrorism is anxiety-provoking”) post about terrorism and anxiety. Honestly, this one has been a particularly challenging topic for both me and Abs. Like most of us, I am still trying to make sense of the world we now live in—a world […]

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