Stress can affect your entire body and is a primary contributor to many common emotional and physical problems people experience every day. Stress is something we address in all types of counseling sessions include addiction counseling, marriage counseling and couples counseling. A good psychology expert will not only get to the root cause of stress, but also offer coping skills to help reduce tension. Let’s take a look at a few strategies everyone can use to help ease anxiety during stressful times.
Your situation is temporary
Regardless of how bad things might seem, remember, your situation is temporary. Things could get worse before they get better, but be assured, they will get better.
Take each moment as it comes
Worrying about tomorrow does not solve today’s problems. On the contrary, it often causes increased anxiety and a feeling of being overwhelmed. Deal with each moment as it comes, rather than trying to solve all of tomorrow’s problems at once.
Will it matter 10 years from now?
Think about whether or not the problem you are facing will really matter in ten years. Many of the most common contributors to stress are situational and temporary.
Dr. Susan Pazak is an expert psychologist who has written and contributed to numerous articles on various topics such as addiction and recovery, symptom reduction, goal attainment and wellness. Her vast experience with couples counseling/marriage counseling, addiction counseling, forgiveness therapy and anger management has made her a highly sought-after psychology expert to provide her insights and opinion on reality television shows including the TLC series My Strange Addiction.
If you are seeking a qualified and engaging expert psychologist in addiction counseling, couples counseling / marriage counseling, anger management, symptom reduction or any other area to appear on your radio show or reality television show, give Dr. Susan a call today!