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I don’t think these two emotions are bound together, but they do impact us in ways that make us think they are two sides of a continuum. Low anxiety must mean high confidence, but that is probably not really true. There is some relationship to our family behaviors when we were being reared that impacts […]

Until you hit that 12 week mark you are going to be anxious, try maybe taking a warm bath with some lavender scented bath gel before you go to bed to relax your body and maybe it will help you sleep better. When you wake up from one of those dreams, just take a few […]

If you don’t want to try Xanax, there are other strategies you can employ. Make a list of things you have to do. then highlight the things that are of absolute importance. Carve up your projects into bite-size chunks. Delegate, if possible. After this time crunch is over,   address what is underneath your anxiety. […]

Try to force yourself to think about it so much, like think about something else..try talking to yourself, and tell yourself “you can do it” over and over inside your head..and try to make overcoming your fears one of your goals. Just think about this whats the worst thing that could happen if your put […]

Well, basically confidence and anxiety are more or less the complete opposite of each other.  You could say an anxiety disorder does create low confidence. I wouldn’t say that low confidence creates an anxiety disorder though.

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