someone who turns over your problems to someone else? Do you look for
others to give you the solutions? Perhaps youíre accustomed to picking
up the phone and calling your sister, your mother, or your best friend.
unpredictable and you never know when your safe person or problem-solver
may not be there for you. Next time youíre faced with a problem, donít
grab the phone. Sit down, take out a piece of paper, write down some
solutions, and, before you know it, youíll have worked it out on your
own. Being able to tackle things by yourself is a major step toward
Working out your own solutions provides you with a sense of freedom and
security that is unequaled.
doesnít mean you should leave your husband, disregard your friends, or
make pivotal family decisions without consulting the other members
involved. What it means is that you can do what you must by yourself,
you have the answers inside, and itís crucial to your recovery that you
know this. You are there for you.
excellent resource I recommend is The
Encyclopedia. It is very detailed and informative. The encyclopedia
does not simply provide information on causes and symptoms of anxiety,
but delves much deeper into the psyche. It has helped me to find real