Occasionally when Anntransitionedthrough life she has encountered a bout withanxiety. Not knowing how to deal with it, left Ann defeated every time. Her period of transition would leave her feelingexasperated, depressedand sometimes suicidal. Until one day her encounter with a co-worker who had experienced the same symptoms helped toset her free. Freeindeed it was for Ann, she felt as if the hands that tightened around her throat at the first sign of change, finally loosen. Anxiety was her body’s natural response to danger, an automatic alarm that went off when she realized that certain occurrences were outside of her range of understanding and control. Ann felt like she was losing her grip on life and all that was familiar to her, so she foughtchangeat work, at home, in relationships and sometimes even in and of her own necessary character flaws.
Charles Spurgeon said, “Anxiety does not empty tomorrow of its sorrows, but only empties today of its strength”. Imagine fighting against yourself…or within yourself, mindboggling to say the least. This is what Ann was experiencing. Not having enough information to dictate, control or to anticipate her outcome led to Ann’s anxiety.
Read more about Ann and 11 other women who “Mastered the Art of their Emotions” in order totransitionsuccessfully. Your shift in thought, mindset, and lifestyle awaits……. ~Janie