Dr. Susan E. Hickman, a leading expert in Clinical Psychology revealed, “It’s time we separate fact from fiction, and myths from truths. The real story here is that most anxiety is a habit we create. Nothing more, nothing less.”
As proof, Dr. Susan E. Hickman asks people who experience anxiety to consider these three areas before deciding on whether you are really ready to let go of your anxiety. Then consider this:
· If you have learned to be anxious, you can learn how not to be anxious.
· Anxiety is a well-worn pathway or neurological loop in your brain that supports the habit of anxiety.
· You stop the mental habit of worrying by interfering with it and starting to use a new coping skill instead.
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Dr. Susan E. Hickman is a trusted authority on anxiety in the field of Psychology and Self-Improvement. Dr. Hickman has been recognized by Psychologists and helping professionals nationwide for her authoritative guides on mental health and self-improvement and has spoken to thousands on such topics as anxiety, eating disorders and resilience. Dr. Susan E. Hickman is a member of the American Psychological Association, the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals and the National Register of Health Service Providers. Mind Matters, LLC is headquartered in Chattanooga, Tennessee and Dr. Hickman has helped thousands of people to make positive life changes through her authoritative guides and coaching. For more information on Dr. Hickman, visit http://www.DrSusanHickman.com or http://www.MindoftheMatter.com.