Anxiety is an epidemic. Studies show anxiety now constitutes the most prevalent mental health problem worldwide. For most of us, anxiety is derived from outside forces such as work, school, finances, and relationships, as well as our own negative self-talk. When our imagination gets the best of us and uncertainty forcibly grabs the steering wheel in our minds, we have a way of making ourselves anxious.
But what if there is a way we can free ourselves from becoming anxious? It begins with asking challenging questions about the stories we tell ourselves.