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When your mind is constantly thinking of all-the-things, and you feel like you're sinking deeper.

You’re feeling anxious. And, no matter what, you can’t catch a break. The smallest worries stress you out beyong belief. Your anxiety feels out of control.

Maybe you’re exhausted because your mind is constantly turning thinking of all the things. You are mentally done.

Let’s talk about your never-ending to-do list. It just continues to grow and you’re not sure how much longer you can go on like this. All signs lead to burnout. If somebody adds just one more thing to your list… You. Might. Just. Snap.

Speaking of SNAP. You’ve probably snapped at your loved ones or at the dog. You’ve definitely snapped at that driver that cut you off, and goodness if your neighbor catches you at the wrong moment, you may snap on him too.

But this isn’t you and you know that. Who is this person? You just feel lost.

You’ve become distant from friends and family but only because you’re craving a break. When they ask “how are you?” You give a simple “meh” or “I’m okay.”

Over the years, your anxiety symptoms have told you that you are responsible for everyone’s happiness and safety so you can’t possibly let them down now. It’s all on you to maintain this idea of perfection.

It’s exhausting. You’re exhausted.

Common Symptoms of Anxiety

Anxiety may impact different areas of your life including family, work, health, and social relationships. While everyone experiences anxiety differently below are some common anxiety symptoms:

  • Constant Thoughts
  • Overthinking
  • Feeling Overwhelmed
  • Difficulty Concentrating
  • Feeling Restless
  • Believing Something Bad is Going to Happen
  • Difficulty Sleeping
  • Worrying
  • Feeling Irritable

Now, imagine:

  • Feeling like you have your life back. Regaining that personal power and getting yourself back in control.
  • Coming home after a long day and being able to sit down without a constant nagging thought of what you “should” be doing. Girl, go ahead and enjoy that glass of wine and kick your feet up!
  • Hearing that inner critic and knowing it’s just some bullshit that you can choose not to listen to.
  • Spending time with family and friends, feeling happy, and enjoy being present.

It’s possible, and it’s what we here at Suffolk Family Therapy want to accomplish with you.

How Getting Treatment for an Anxiety Disorder can Help

You’ll be able to explore and challenge the unhelpful thoughts, worries, and inner critic that shows up.

Identify where the anxiety and stress are coming from but also focus on the source of where and how it began.

Become more present and calm with your thoughts, feelings, and body including using mindfulness and relaxation techniques.

Feel hopeful and confident in yourself and choices by thinking more clearly.

Offer a healing supportive place where you can be heard, validated, and learn how to calm your anxiety.

Take the first step in healing.

Remember: You are not your mental illness! Start your therapy journey today by requesting a free consultation to connect with the therapist who best fits you.
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