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Overcome your anxiety

You have a good life: a beautiful family, a lovely husband and two smart kids. You are satisfied of your job and you have good friends. They always say that yours is the perfect life.
So…why are you not fully happy? Why do you always feel scared that something may happen or something may go wrong? When did you stop enjoying things that you used to love so much? Why do you often doubt yourself and feel powerless in your own mind?
If you are unable to find an answer to these questions or if you are ashamed to discuss your feelings with someone because you think that no one could really understand your concern, do not ignore your needs and get professional help. A psychologist can offer you the listening and the support that you may exactly need in that moment to overcome your fears and rediscover the joy of life. Do not let your sense of impotence and no-control overwhelm you. Getting worried and anxious from time to time is very common, especially for women, but anxiety disorder can become a persistent and habitual difficulty in your life.
Most of the people suffering from anxiety cannot give an explanation to their condition or find the reason that triggered it but psychological counselling helps them identify and address these fears and thoughts. With an individualized therapy tailored upon their specific needs, the clients can finally achieve a sense of control and emotional well being.
Cognitive behavioural therapy is recognized to be of the most effective therapies for treating anxiety and depression. The key of this approach is to understand the link between thoughts, beliefs and emotions: the client is guided to identify the automatic faulty thoughts that leads to negative emotions and change the distorted beliefs into a more rational and positive thinking.
With a positive and trusting collaboration with his/her therapist, the client can overcome his/her fears and sense of impotence and recover the control of his/her thoughts and life. As soon as he/she starts sharing his/her overwhelming faulty thoughts with the therapist, he/she immediately has a sense of relief. From that moment on he/she will gradually feel better.

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