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How do you handle the excruciating time period as you wait for big news? Anxiety and stress are common factors during this waiting game. Maybe you are waiting on a diagnosis for chronic or terminal illness for yourself or your loved one? Maybe you're waiting for news on a momentous move or promotion? There are many events that can cause anxiety to rear its head, and if we are not careful can threaten to overwhelm us.
However, you can take steps to reduce your nervousness...
Stop Anxiety Eating Your Life Away
Anxiety is insidious, it creeps up on us and before we know it, we have stopped doing the things we most love. In this easy-to-follow book, you will dive deep into how anxiety takes hold and how you can stop it.
Reduce Anxiety While You Wait With These 5-Strategies
1. Prepare ahead.
What steps can you take to prepare for the big news? It’s important to plan for either a positive or negative outcome.
2. Stay present.
Mindfulness is an essential part of reducing anxiety and stress during the waiting period. It’s important to stay present in-the-moment and focus on your life right now. It helps to reduce worry and negative thoughts.
3. Learn to handle uncertainty.
One of the main reasons that waiting leads to anxiety is the fear of uncertainty.
4. Distract yourself.
Distractions can help you during long waiting periods. They can offer stress relief and a way to move your attention to a different topic.
5. Stay positive.
Waiting can lead to negative thoughts and feelings.
Focus on the positive aspects while preparing for any outcome. You can still stay strong and happy while you wait for the news.
It’s not easy to wait for big news, but you can control the anxiety levels. If you stay focused, then you can manage the stress. Try different techniques such as positive distractions to help you and if you want more ways to handle rising feelings of panic and anxiety get your free copy of my book, click below.
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