I freely admit that I mentioned can soda too many times in this episode. But it had a profound effect on my body and parts of my brain.
There are folks that use other substances in excess to deal with their symptoms or whatever else is going on with them. For me, it was sugar drinks and pastries.
Almost never met a donut I didn't like.
I no longer beat myself up on wanting to scarf up a sweet treat.
I do get pissed at myself when I do eat a problem food. There are repercussions.
Messed myself up on a piece of pie.
There are always repercussions when you do something you should not do.
It is important to understand that we as human beings tend to look for relief when we are in discomfort.
It is what we do.
In this episode, a look at a book from New Harbinger Publications on just in time help for anxiety.
If you need support contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988 or 1-800-273-8255, the Trevor Project at 1-866-488-7386 or text “START” to 741-741.
The Anxiety First Aid Kit, Quick Tools for Extreme, Uncertain Times by Rick Hansen, et al.
New Harbinger Publications search results for Anxiety Books.
Dr. Ali Mattu has a YouTube video on 10 quick anxiety relief techniques. Dr. Mattu has a bunch of videos on a variety of mental health and psychology topics on his channel.
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