13 Must-Follow Blogs For Coping With Anxiety

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Anxiety is normal and is experienced by all people. The world is filled with stressful jobs, people, events, and situations. It will not stop or wait for you when you get sick or become a victim of your mental or emotional problems.

Unfortunately, there are lots of people who make anxiety their best friend. They bring their anxious selves wherever they go, and they greatly suffer from the negative effects of the disorder. This must be put to an end, but how?

 

Here are some blogs that could give additional information on anxiety from real people who are combatting their anxiety disorders and issues every single day.

Anxious Lass

This is a blog started by a victim of social anxiety. Kel took years before finding a solution to her unfortunate problems. She began writing articles and posted them on the internet to help people like her who also suffer from social anxiety.

Site – anxiouslass.com

Anxiety Network

This is a blog about anxiety and at the same time, a stress blog. There are different articles written by experts, especially about panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, and social anxiety disorder. The site educates people about the facts of those illnesses.

 

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Site – anxietynetwork.com

Anxiety, Panic & Health

The goal of the Founder of this blog named Michal Nichols is to identify the different types of anxiety disorders and help those people who are experiencing them. There are articles, book reviews, and tools available in this blog that could help those who are plagued with an AD.

Site – anxietypanichealth.com

Anxiety Schmanxiety

This is a blog from a certified national councilor Tanya Peterson. She writes the articles here. It is in her own opinion mixed with professional expertise that she has gained through time. It addresses all types of anxiety disorders.

Site – healthyplace.com/blogs/anxiety-schmanxiety

Anxiety Slayer

 There are tools that you can find in this blog that focuses on fighting your anxiety in the most common situations, for example, decreasing the triggers. The content provides techniques on how to cope with different events. The blogs are good and all original material.

Site – anxietyslayer.com

Anxiety United

This blog shares stories from different people who are living with anxiety. They give out articles to read, some references and valuable ideas on handling symptoms of anxiety disorders.

Site – anxietyunited.com

Carl Vernon

Managed by a best-selling author, Carl Vernon, the blog talks about his experiences in dealing with anxiety. He provides different materials that answer the most frequent anxiety questions and advises on how to manage and cope.

Site – carlvernon.com/blog

Diary Of A Social Phobic

The blog’s admin, Gemma, writes about her anxiety problems because she wants to make people with anxiety issues feel that they are not alone. She tackles topics such as cognitive dissonance, which is based on her own experience.

Site – diaryofasocialphobic.wordpress.com

Fiona Likes To Blog

The blogger Fiona gives out various comments on how to take care of yourself when suffering from anxiety. She writes based on her experiences in coping with the mental illness.

Site – fionalikestoblog.com

Let’s Talk Anxiety

This blog focuses on helping people by using evidence-based materials. It also provides tips on how to prevent and recover from anxiety.

Site – letstalkanxiety.com

My Anxiety

The blog contains articles that are based on a patient’s perspective. It focuses on how patients are fighting the mental illness, empowering other patients and their caregivers.

Site – myanxiety.co.uk

 

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Relief From Anxiety

The blogger gives information about her dealings with anxiety. She updates every week and aims to provide support to those people who are also managing the mental illness.

Site – reliefromanxiety.blogspot.com

We’re All Mad Here

Its admin, Claire, is considered an expert when it comes to anxiety. She found out after her recovery that clinical approach is sufficient to fight the disorder. Documenting her experiences, she now shares them on her blog for everyone to benefit. Different pieces of advice on dealing with anxiety and other information can be found on this website.

Site – allmadhere.co.uk

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