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  • Philosophy_Muse shared from The Anxiety and Phobia Workbook by Edmund J. Bourne
    If you are willing to make lifestyle changes to reduce stress and upgrade your level of physical wellness, any physiological imbalances associated with panic, phobias, anxiety, or obsessions will tend to diminish and perhaps disappear altogether. These lifestyle changes include making time for daily relaxation, an exercise program, good nutrition, social support, and self-nurturing activities
  • Philosophy_Muse shared from The Anxiety and Phobia Workbook by Edmund J. Bourne
    Problems with anxiety can improve or can be entirely resolved when you make a commitment and follow through consistently with the type of approach described in this book.
  • Philosophy_Muse shared from The Anxiety Cure by Dr. Archibald D. Hart
    Prolonged stress, whether it is good or bad, will kill you as surely as stepping in front of a fast-moving train. So
  • Philosophy_Muse shared from The Anxiety Cure by Dr. Archibald D. Hart
    Brain chemistry is a lot easier to put right than a lifetime of bad influences.
  • Philosophy_Muse shared from The Anxiety Cure by Dr. Archibald D. Hart
    Now let's be realistic here. We are never totally without happy or sad messengers. Both are always present in our brains. What determines our mood is the balance between the two.
  • Philosophy_Muse shared from The Anxiety Cure by Dr. Archibald D. Hart
    There is no doubt in my mind that God intends us to be calm, serene, peaceful, composed, and good-natured-all qualities of tranquillity. According
  • Philosophy_Muse shared from The Anxiety Cure by Dr. Archibald D. Hart
    Anxiety is not the presence of some phenomenon in the brain, but the absence of something else.
  • Philosophy_Muse shared from The Anxiety Cure by Dr. Archibald D. Hart
    There was a sense of unhurriedness and simple pleasures. All the money in the world couldn't buy such luxury in today's world. It is not for sale; you have to create it.