Author Topic: Top five things to do to get rid of your anxiety  (Read 635 times)

[Buddie]

Re: Top five things to do to get rid of your anxiety
« Reply #20 on: April 14, 2019, 01:02:47 am »
Thanks [...]...I read Sharon Weschler and her amazing long journey.  She used Annie Hopper's DNRS.  Am trying to choose between Hoppers and Guptas.  I agree that in acute, I couldn't begin to focus or even care.  It was a survival mode for 3 months.  Learning to play and read music is the super cross training for the brain.  I don't know if I could pull this off.  I was thinking about getting a key board before the benzo rage.  Can't imaging reading music with the state of my brain.  Your story is inspiring.  Thanks again.
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[Buddie]

Re: Top five things to do to get rid of your anxiety
« Reply #21 on: April 14, 2019, 01:31:22 am »
I agree with [...]...what [...] said is on every anxiety site. Every therapist words to you. It's general knowledge. It is not that simple and in the height of it. You cannot get your mind and body in sync. Though your words [...] are true, but " hard to do " it can be impossible and not everyone has reached that state. It is not that simple for someone who is in the beginnings of either w/d or anxiety. I hate the use the term " baby steps ", but it is so true. I am unfortunately a veteran of the anxiety disorder. I can do those things, but there are times where you can force yourself to do those things, but they are impossible. Yes you get your butt kicked and you have to get back up.

You made it sound a little too simple. It is good advice for those who have realized what the problem is and are tired of being sick and tired, but a lot of people are not there yet and I see those same words on every site, but a new comer to the disorder cannot put the mind to the body.

No disrespect brother, but I really believe ore clarification was needed.
Remembering how I was in the first months of it. It is a hurricane, tornando, typhoon of emotional and physical category 5.

Peace, Love and happiness
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