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Coping with Anxiety

By Kellie Giorgio Camelford, MS, LPC, NCC

Coping with AnxietyAnxiety happens to everyone. It can occur in new situations, testing or assessments, performance evaluations, competition and even asking something of another. Some may continue to feel anxious even after the nerve-wracking activity has ended. It can manifest as a “gut feeling” or as physical symptoms, such as sweating and rapid heartbeat.

It is important to have techniques available which will allow you to cope with your anxiety. Coping techniques can help soothe anxiety mentally and physically by training your mind and relaxing your body. A few techniques include:

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Coping with Anxiety

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  1. What about CBT techniques? Many people are able learn them without a therapist. They should be in this article.

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