It’s hard to really enjoy things
You worry that you won’t be good enough.
You’re afraid to try new things.
You feel embarrassed or ashamed.
You worry about lots of things.
You feel overwhelmed about what to do.
You feel out of control.
You may be suffering from an anxiety disorder
Agoraphobia: avoiding places or situations where escape could be difficult or embarrassing
Panic Disorder: recurrent, unexpected fears of impending doom.
Social Phobia: avoiding others because of significant anxiety in social or performance situations.
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: repetitive thoughts which make you anxious, or repeated rituals to calm anxiety.
Generalized Anxiety Disorder: at least 6 months of persistent and excessive anxiety and worry.
PTSD: re-experiencing traumatic events with hyper-anxiety and fear, and avoiding situations connected to the trauma.
Everyone has uncomfortable feelings, but if you struggle with them continually, or repeatedly, psychotherapy can help you:have more energy and self esteem.
feel stronger, more confident and relaxed.
feel more in control of your life.
feel more safe, less afraid.
If you'd like to learn more about how I work with anxiety-related issues, call me at 301-652-5507 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to ask questions or schedule an appointment.
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