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In this week's podcast we're talking about anxiety setbacks and flare ups, why they happen and what you can do to help yourself through it.
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What causes us to experience a relapse?
Setbacks can come from surprising places (non-prescription medications, caffeine, alcohol, change, environment)How can you best support yourself when you think you are having a set back? What helps, what hinders?The fear of never being free from anxiety.The importance of valuing small steps, and developing a high priority for self care.Recommitting to self care when you feel challenged by increased symptoms.
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