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Find Out the Cost of Your Anxiety


Anxiety has a price. Anxiety can affect us physically, emotionally, and spiritually. It can cause difficulties in our relationships. It can cause struggles at work, at school, and at home. And more importantly, anxiety can cause us to miss important moments in our lives. Anxiety can keep us prisoners in our own homes. It can make us limit our lives and make us feel like we’re never good enough. Worst of all, anxiety can make us feel lonely, lost, and hopeless.

For some of us, anxiety levels are manageable. For others, it can be debilitating. Even if we feel like we have a good handle on anxiety in general, sometimes it can intensify during periods of high stress.

Whatever level of anxiety you are experiencing, I want to focus on our RESPONSE to it. What's the impact of anxiety on our lives? What is it COSTING us in terms of loss of joy, happiness, and satisfaction? What are we missing out on? What do we wish we could have done? What do we regret not doing?

These can be important motivators for us to make the necessary changes in our lives. For instance, what would you do if you decided the price you’re paying for your anxiety is too high? If your anxiety was costing you too much?

Well, that starts with uncovering the hidden cost. Here's a simple 12-question quiz which should only take a few minutes to complete. It will help discover anxiety's impact on your life. Then, based on your score I will give you my recommendations for the next steps to take. 




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