It is likely that you never had a clear mind to examine anxiety from a perspective other than from the viewpoint of your anxious mind. But it is crucial to acknowledge and accept your anxiety. You may likely discover that anxiety can serve a functional purpose in your life. Anxiety helps people cope and overcome unavoidable negative issues that happen in life.
According to my definition, a person who can live day-to-day in an anxiety-ridden existence and refuse to give in is a true “warrior.” I clarify this distinction in my professional practice when people give me the honor to serve them and help them through the wrath that anxiety and fear burns within them. Yes, I view the people who let me serve them as the ‘true warriors’ in this game of life. These people—people just like you—have taken on the task and commitment to battle an invisible enemy that others cannot see. I dedicate my life to providing my insight and lifelong study to bolster them beyond their day-to-day struggle. I take great pride in seeing people transform their lives from mayhem into one melody.
Always remember to enjoy the positive in life. Unfortunately, when you are feeling down you tend to gravitate to the negative. A person who is down wants to listen to sad music, just as a person in a good mood wants to listen to upbeat tunes. Ironically, what we should listen to and our actions are usually not in sync.
Four components make up the anxious mind. They are Fear, Uncertainty, Doubt, and Anxiety. The first and most important fact to know about these four elements is that they are constantly interacting with each other to create a vicious cycle that the anxious mind generates off of. This means that without doubt and uncertainty, the irrational fears could be conquered. As well, without the presence of anxiety that propels one to be anxious and react in an irrational way to doubt, uncertainty, and fear, there would also be an easier solution to overcoming the anxious mind. This is not to say that everybody doesn’t have fears. In fact, the average person has approximately five fears, of course to different degrees and proportions.
YOU NEVER HAVE A CHANCE TO RISE IF YOUR FEET FIGHT TO STAY ON THE GROUND Fear is not a “why.” It is a limitation to reaching your dreams.
The journey I have encountered in life has not been an easy one. But, after years of being a victim of fear and anxiety, I came to the ultimate realization that while the advice of others may be helpful, only I could create lasting change and turn all the negative aspects of my life around. That’s when I started to take charge and developed the will to begin on the road to recovery paved with positivity and peace.
It is tough if not impossible to overcome fear by avoiding or trying to escape from it. For people, with anxiety disorders, irrational fears grow in one’s mind like weeds in a garden. Irrational fears rarely follow a pattern of rhyme or reason, and they multiply if they are not attended to properly. So if a person attempts to avoid or escape from a fear they become helpless and hopeless overtime because the irrational fear still exists within the person’s mind. So avoidance and evasion are faulty methods for ridding oneself of irrational fears.
Life is all about perspective. Viewing life from different angles. No matter who you are or what you embark upon in life, success and failure are always two possible outcomes.The sooner you stop living by what conventional wisdom dictates as success or failure, the sooner you are on your road to personal victory and glory. No one is ever above encountering failure. But it is important to remember that one setback does not define you as a failure, just as one success doesn’t make up an immense success.