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Overwhelmed? 11 Ways to Ease Your Anxious Mind

Are you overwhelmed with personal, relationship and/or work stressors, life and possibly even the political climate?  There are many things that can be deeply unsettling to people and we all have our own ways of dealing with stress.  But when stress gets out of control, it can bleed into anxiety which leads to suffering.

Modern neuroscience has confirmed the malleable nature of the brain which means that the more we spend fixated on the negative, the more inclined we are to view all parts of our lives through this destructive lens.  This pattern of thinking can lead to paralyzing feelings of anxiety and even desperate hopelessness.

Is it possible to “quiet” an already anxious mind?

Elisha Goldstein, PhD, is offering a free webinar to help you break out of negative, anxiety-inducing modes of thinking to uncover the freedom and inner peace you deserve.

In this one-hour online event you’ll learn:

  • How to channel your anxious energy towards skillful behaviors.
  • How to respond to your inner critic.
  • The importance of slowing down and relaxing your body.
  • A short and simple meditation to rediscover your natural balance.

Register for this free webinar event, 11 Ways to Ease Your Anxious Mind.

Lisa Brookes Kift, MFT

Lisa Brookes Kift, MFT

Lisa Brookes Kift, MFT is the creator of LoveAndLifeToolbox.com with tools for emotional and relationship health and is the author of Therapy-At-Home Workbooks® for individuals and couples. She is a frequent consultant for the media having appeared in CNN.com, HuffingtonPost.com, MensHealth.com and others. Lisa has a private practice in Marin County, CA and offers online therapy to residents of California.

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