“Okay, I’m gonna go home get out of my work clothes, change into gym clothes, hit the gym, run to the store, come home, cook dinner, and straighten up some before bed and answer that email.”
Fast forward you find yourself in your comfy clothes sitting on the couch drinking a glass of wine thinking “Shit, I really need to get up and get stuff done!” As you stare off into another episode of Grey’s Anatomy feeling disappointed and ashamed of the lack of motivation and productivity in your day, yet again. Running from one thing to the next without even a minute to catch your breath can be . . . well exhausting.
Feeling frustrated with the never-ending to-do list. The guilt of missing out on quality time with friends and family. Feeling chaotic and scattered by the hundreds of dots that pop up on your calendar. All to come home at night to more things that should get done.
You lose your cool with your children, your significant other and your co-workers. You used to be so patient and calm. Now you just feel stressed and anxious!
Finally climbing into bed at night tossing and turning. Your mind is flooded with thought after thought. Laying there staring at the ceiling trying to execute a plan of how to tackle tomorrow and the next day and the day after that.
Thinking about everything else, but the present moment. Peaking at the clock ever so often, 11:00 pm, okay. 12:45 pm, ughhhh. And you think to yourself, “all I want to do is sleep!”
You wake up each morning feeling overwhelmed and pressured. Still tired from the day before. And you start getting ready to do it all over again feeling numb and defeated by life.
It just feels like life is spinning out of control!
Does this sound familiar? The desire to do all the things that need to get done and all the things you want to do, but no motivation or energy to do so. Does it seem like it’s just impossible to do it? Does it feel hopeless, like no matter how hard you try it’s never good enough? No one should have to wake up each morning feeling overwhelmed and stuck; dreading what awaits them.
You deserve to feel energetic, hopeful, and confident in yourself!
You deserve to enjoy life again!
Imagine having control of your life again! Imagine being able to manage tasks and responsibilities with less anxiety and more confidence while still being able to do the things you desire.
You can still be a good employee, friend, or family member and manage to go get a workout in, read a book, go for a walk, or even better get a full night’s sleep. That’s right imagine sleeping eight hours.
8 solid, restful hours of sleep!
Imagine actually having that crazy concept we hear about called “me time”.
Let Mindful Moments, LLC help you find your best stress management tools to help reduce anxiety symptoms. Anxiety treatment provides you with a variety of fun and easily accessible skills. Treating anxiety allows you to discover the art of slowing your pace and enjoying life again.
You’re probably wondering how anxiety treatment can actually help reduce everything you have to do. Or you might be thinking this is just life stuff, you don’t need therapy for it. Well, counseling isn’t just for those suffering from severe mental health issues. Anxiety counseling and stress management can be useful for anyone and everyone, especially for those struggling with balancing the day to day stressors of life.
Anxiety treatment can help you learn how to better manage the obstacles already placed in your life. Counseling can teach you to prioritize you and your needs, which then increases your feelings of happiness and fulfillment. Improved mental health leads to improved productivity and decreased feelings of anxiety and frustration.
Stress management and anxiety counseling utilize a combination of mindfulness, relaxation skills, and cognitive skills. Incorporating relaxation and mindfulness techniques can teach you to stop and breathe in the middle of your day. Learning to check-in with yourself and change unhelpful thinking patterns to alleviate anxiety and eliminate panic attacks. That’s right, no more feeling like you are having a heart attack or going insane.
Learn to say no and set limits to help shorten your to-do list. Speak-up for yourself, so you no longer feel the need to spread yourself so thinly that you could snap at any moment. With more free time you can get back to enjoyable and meaningful activities.