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How you think about anxiety can be as much of a problem as your anxiety itself.
Just as the Trojan horse of Greek mythology has come to represent the dangers of misperception, science is confirming just how powerful our perceptions can be when it comes to managing anxiety. How you think about anxiety can make a meaningful difference in how it is experienced, and what you can do with it. 

And yet, numerous myths and misconceptions about anxiety persist that leave us vulnerable and unprepared to use it effectively, and worse, fuel its misery.

Put simply, how you think about anxiety could be robbing you of the control you crave.
We have certainly all gotten the message loud and clear that being anxious is a bad thing. After all, it can feel miserable and at its worst seemingly control almost everything we do.

It isn't hard to confuse these feelings with believing something is wrong with you if you feel anxious. This is where some key myths about anxiety can leave you especially vulnerable, play a prominent role in holding you back, and even escalate anxiety.

Even when you are trying to do everything right to manage anxiety, how you think about your experience can be making things worse, and setting the stage for anxiety to take over, much like the Trojan horse of mythology.


Changing your perspective on anxiety can help you unlock anxiety's power to help. 
A first place to regain control of anxiety is to discover how your thinking could be setting you up for vulnerability and frustration.

When you learn more about anxiety's purpose and how to think about it in a healthier way, you will begin to feel more control over your experience and have firmer footing on which to walk the path ahead.

Rethinking anxiety can deliver an impactful shift in control, which in turn can give you more courage and confidence in facing its experience.

Discover how changing your perspective can help you reclaim anxiety control...

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In addition to Anxiety Myths Navigator
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Anxiety Mindset Maximizer
Discover key mindset hacks that best insulate against anxiety's negative spiral, positioning you to take control when anxiety next flares.
Anxiety Labeling Playbook
Get access to the interactive tool I use in my practice to help people apply a healthier perspective to anxiety, one experience at a time. 
Anxiety Reframe Self Assessment 
Take your anxiety control to the next level using this specially designed tool to measure your progress. Discover what attitudes are strengthening your anxiety control, and how to improve the ones that aren't, so you can feel more control.
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