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A Way to Be: Announcing The Mindfulness Workbook for Anxiety

What is mindfulness, and what can it do for you? Find out what practicing mindfulness can do for you, your anxiety, and your quality life.
Mindfulness receives quite a bit of attention. Rightly so, for it is a vital part of the ongoing journey of a life of mental health and wellbeing.

I’ve practiced mindfulness for over a decade. I was first introduced to the concept when I was hospitalized in a behavioral health center following a traumatic brain injury. Since then, it’s become a key element in my mental health and wellbeing, and it’s allowed me to both reduce anxiety and live well in spite of any residual anxiety or anxiety flares.

Mindfulness is so much more than trying to find time in our busy schedules to sit and meditate. In fact, while sitting meditation and mindfulness can go hand and hand, mindfulness doesn’t have to look like that at all. 

Mindfulness is a way of
• Being with yourself that slows down the racing thoughts of anxiety
• Thinking rather than overthinking
• Interacting with others and the world around you
• Soothing yourself during a panic attack
• Reducing excessive worry
• Freeing yourself from fear
• Feeling confident in social situations
• Achieving inner peace no matter what chaos is happening around you
• Showing up for and living fully in every moment of your life
• Life itself

My new book, The Mindfulness Workbook for Anxiety, is my way of sharing with you how you can reduce anxiety with mindfulness and simply be. It’s available now for pre-order on Amazon!

What is mindfulness, and what can it do for you? Find out what practicing mindfulness can do for you, your anxiety, and your quality life.

Learn more and see what it can do for you

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