“Fear is a necessary component to thinking and behavior that all humans face.” It helps keep us alive when there is imminent danger, and they very often keep us focused on our goals. For many…

It is rather simple to mistakenly take an anxiety attack for a real heart attack. In fact, most casual observers would not even know the difference between the two if they see it happening right…

“Gym Anxiety is Common, You’re Not Alone.” For many years I feared the workout area. Imagine that line coming from someone who is a professional tennis player for an occupation, but it’s true. I feared…

Growing up in a household where every small mistake was punished didn’t help me in my adulthood. As a tennis prodigy growing up winning was everything. Missing a forehand was met with a face of…

What would someone who receives little to no love from significant people conclude about themselves? That there must be something wrong with them, that they are “not good enough.” All disempowering beliefs stem off these…

Here’s a question I get daily which is ‘what is life like after anxiety and panic disorder?’ I get asked things like: Have some of your habits changed? Do you eat differently? What kinds of…

There are two different types of people who deal with anxiety: The ones who gather static knowledge, and the ones who gain experimental knowledge. When it comes to which type of person is able to…

My parents’ separation at the age of 17 and my dad telling my mom goodbye before departing to his home country was a surprise. For the first time in my life, he wasn’t running the…

To create something out of nothing requires a couple of things: An idea, which I had; a decision to act on the idea, which I made; and a sound strategy which I struggled with at first…