Things To Say To Help Someone Through An Anxiety Attack

I suffer with anxiety attacks. Thankfully the number of attacks as lessened greatly over the past few years, I have learned different techniques to get through them. If you’ve never had one, it’s too difficult to explain. But that doesn’t mean you can’t help someone having one. Panic attacks don’t make any sense, so don’t get mad at the person having it. All you can do is be there; either in person or on the phone.

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Anxiety. Every person in the world has it and has to deal with it on a daily basis. Whether it is big or small, everyone has something that they worry about or are fearful of. There are different kinds of anxiety…there is good anxiety (such as an athlete getting ready to play in a game) or bad, chronic anxiety (worrying about things that a person had no control over or can’t do anything about). Bad anxiety or stress can become very detrimental and harmful to a person if it raises to unhealthy levels.

I recently read an article written by Jacklyn Krol on “Thought Catalog” that I thought would be good to share with you. Since I have dealt with anxiety attacks and raised anxiety levels in the past, articles like this have really helped me deal with my stress levels in more…

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One thought on “Things To Say To Help Someone Through An Anxiety Attack

  1. Interesting posts. =) I can feel your enthusiasm in the blogging. Fyi: i get a scary GET ME OUTA HERE, THIS SITE IS UNTRUSTED when I tap your tags on the left margin. Might want to look into that.

    HW

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