Often, we bring anxiety on ourselves, with our too busy, over-productive, thoughtless style of modern work, play and home life. If we take a simpler approach to our day we're less stressed and worried, by slowing down, we find meaning and purpose in whatever task we've been assigned, whether it's scrubbing dishes, driving a bus or delegating duties to an office.
Check Your Activity - Lack of exercise, not enough or too much sleep can cause depression and anxiety.
Do not fret or have any anxiety about anything, but in every circumstance and in everything, by prayer and petition (definite requests), with thanksgiving, continue to make your wants known to God.


If we put more care-filled thought into our daily routine, the mundane will turn beautiful and our self-inflicted anxiety will fade away.
Journal your thoughts in times of anxiety, trace them back, find the input that triggered those thoughts. Take the EAT-26 self test to see if you might have eating disorder symptoms that might require professional evaluation. This information is solely for informational and educational purposes and we encourage all visitors to see a licensed physician if they believe that they have an eating disorder.


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