Morning again. She feels relaxed for a moment. Just a moment, before she realizes the weight of her responsibilities. The day hasn’t even begun and already there’s not enough time. The anxiety begins to build and she can feel the stress creeping in. She has to get up or else she’ll be late for work, but she hasn’t been sleeping well and still feels groggy.
It can happen to anyone. Your life seems to take on a momentum of its own, and it feels like there’s nothing you can do. It doesn’t have to be like this.
Too often it feels like we have no control over the problems in our lives. We let these problems and feelings fester because we don’t know what to do, or where to turn. If you’re experiencing issues like anxiety, depression, substance abuse, or trauma—you don’t need to suffer anymore.
Seeking help can be daunting, and taking the first step can often be the most difficult part. However, you can learn new ways of thinking and responding, so the same old problems don’t continue to control you.
Contact me to take that first step, and take control of your life.