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Online Therapy for Stress & Anxiety

What can anxiety look like in a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP)? 


Here are some descriptions my clients have used. 

See if they resonate with you...

  • Always afraid something bad is going to happen

  • Feeling nervous, on edge

  • Thinking the worst

  • Being forgetful or making simple mistakes due to nerves

  • Trouble falling asleep, trouble staying asleep

  • Tense muscles

  • Having difficulty focusing or concentrating

  • Getting a dry mouth (at the worst times)

  • Mind racing, no "off" button

  • Difficulty concentrating, foggy head

  • Headaches

  • Unable to enjoy the now, getting stuck in the past or worry about the future

  • Easily startled

  • Shallow breathing, heavy chest

  • Shaky hands, blurry vision, ringing in ears

  • Stomachache, sweating

  • Can't think straight, can't make simple decisions

  • Feeling like you want to crawl out of your skin

  • Easily overwhelmed by things that didn't use to overwhelm me

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It can rob you of your peace, leaving you feeling like

your mind will never quiet down. 


Anxiety doesn't just affect the mind, it affects the body, too

which just seems plain unfair if you ask me.  

When we feel stressed, anything can trigger anxiety - a change in plans, something new or different, someone's comment, a thought, a weird feeling, stuff...

Even thinking about being anxious can make you feel anxious. It can be a viscous circle.

Once we get overwhelmed, it seems like we only see the things that go wrong,

not the things that go right.

Eventually we may just feel like everything is too much to handle so we sit and stare with brains like cotton wool and don't know what to do or how to do it. 

To make matters worse, people say "Why don't you just start?"  But, we don't know how so days go by when nothing gets done and our To-Do list just continues to grow.  Ahh!







Sometimes we try to make ourselves feel better by trying to control everything

(and sometimes everyone) around us.


We think if we can avoid surprises or changes in our life, we will be able

to better cope.  

If it all gets to be too much, we isolate, cancel plans, leave places early,

or don't even show up.

But, if you are experiencing any of these symptoms there is HOPE!


I can help you break the conditioned worry and get you back to actually wanting to be alone with your thoughts because there won't be 10 million of them going on at once.


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Online Therapy Available in Hawaii, Florida, New Jersey

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