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Learn to control your anxiety so that it is not the anxiety that controls you.

Anxiety can come without anything specific triggering it.


Often you feel that you are walking around in an eternal form of emergency preparedness

or that one is constantly worrying.


- It's incredibly grueling and hard.

Anxiety occurs when the brain perceives something or someone as life-threatening.

The body prepares to fight or flee in seconds. You get a proper shot  of adrenaline, which ensures that, for example, fat and sugar are released to the muscles so that they can work harder.


At the same time, the body secretes the stress hormone cortisol, which ensures that muscles can work faster (they also heal faster). At the same time, it enables you to cope with more pain at the moment.

But you no longer have to provide so much, you "have" nothing to be afraid of ...


You no longer live on the savannah, where in the early days you had to flee from saber tigers and thus survive any danger.

On the Savannah, it was helpful to be able to react in a split second, so we could escape and thus survive.


But you must no longer flee from saber tigers or lay down other large ones  animals,

On the Savannah, it was helpful to be able to react in a split second, so we could escape and thus survive. But you must no longer flee from saber tigers.


So today, the body's reaction is downright inappropriate and extremely unpleasant.


For what can and should you use your anxiety for when you are sitting in a classroom, have to be with friends or are afraid of having to say something in front of others.


It's not because I'm trying to take your anxiety away from you, on the contrary it feels and is very very real to you in the specific moment where you are anxiety.  


In the situation, it can feel as if you are dying or having a heart attack.


Fortunately, it can help you that no one has died of an anxiety attack. But it certainly does not make your experience less unpleasant and harsh.

When you have anxiety, you live with several unpleasant symptoms.

Anxiety and various unpleasant symptoms

​ Do you live with nervousness and restlessness in your body?

Do you often feel tired and without energy?

Do you often not feel good enough?

Do you often feel that you are not hitting?

Do you often feel restless inside?

Do you occasionally have difficulty falling asleep?

Do you often have a stomach ache?

Do you experience palpitations, restlessness, dizziness and panic when you start something new?

Are you afraid of dying or have thoughts of illness?

Are you often very worried and have a lot of thoughts running around in your head?

You can learn to let go of your anxiety if you are motivated and no longer want to let anxiety control your life.


When you work consciously to get rid of your anxiety, then you will learn to deal with and be able to accommodate it.


Now it is you who controls the anxiety, and not the anxiety that controls you.

How do you get rid of your anxiety?

Your anxiety is treated through conversations combined with exercises.

You learn to detect your negative thought pattern and get tools on how to replace your negative thoughts in an anxious situation.

Specifically, it helps you with:

To understand and acknowledge your anxiety so that you become better at being able to handle and accommodate it.

To process the thoughts, feelings, and actions that are associated with your anxiety.

Finding the things you want more of in your life.

To change your behavior so that you gradually learn to dare to expose yourself more and more to what makes you anxious.

This way, you can learn to break with the inappropriate patterns and bring more calm, profit and joy into your life.  

The most important thing is that you are ready to process your anxiety and are motivated to move on with your life - without anxiety.

When you are ready, just contact me.

We always start with a short introductory talk, to see if the chemistry is okay and that you are comfortable with me. Only then do we agree on the further course you choose yourself, whether we should agree on a new time from time to time.

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