To be a Warrior not a Worrier refers to our choice to show strength and courage when faced with life's challenges rather than giving in to fear and anxiety. One of the biggest challenges most of us face in life is the battle with ourselves. Self-doubt, lack of self-esteem, worry and anxiety all come from the worrier in our heads.
Here are 10 tips for harnessing your inner Warrior so you can find the strength and courage to fight that nagging and fearful Worrier who holds you back!
Anxiety disorder does not fall into one category, there are many relatives of this dysfunctional family.
These mental health disorders are regarded as a family because although they are individual in their own right, they share many characteristics regarding their physical and psychological symptoms with anxiety being the main symptom.
Here is a brief overview of the 6 primary members of the Anxiety family:
A self-help book is written with the intention to instruct it’s readers on solving problems and inspiring them to make changes that will impact their lives for the better.
Here are a few that have done just that for me and I would go as far as to say changed my life forever! You might be surprised by some of the ‘oldies but goodies’ I recommended here that are still going just as strong strong today!
It is impossible to cope with anything in our waking life if we are not getting a good night sleep. If you are suffering with stress or anxiety it is especially more difficult to switch off and get the rest required to face the next day with energy and enthusiasm.
Setting the scene for a good night sleep and winding down before you venture off into the land of nod is imperative to your quality of sleep and self-care. Going to bed at a decent hour and in a calm state will make it much easier for you to relax and enjoy the process.
Here are some of my best tried and tested ‘Warrior’ tips for winding down, indulging your mind and body and getting the best night sleep ever!
Finding the right balance in life is key to our happiness. No matter how happy or unhappy you are now, there is always room for personal development. The wheel of life is a great tool to help you assess all areas of your life so you can uncover which needs more attention than others and discover if your life right now is in balance or a bumpy ride!
In everyday parlance “anxiety” simply refers to sensation of worry and apprehension. Worrying is the fuel for anxiety and keeps it going which is why I focus my work on the ‘worry habit’ that comes with this disorder. With one in 13 people living with generalised anxiety disorder it has become our most common mental health issue today.
Our beings are considered to be two separate entities, the mind and body. When it comes to our physical being we generally have daily habits such as washing, eating and exercises etc to take care of our bodies. But what do we do for our mind/mental health to ensure this is just as well looked after as our physical being?