Anxiety is a normal and adaptive reaction to situations that might be stressful or dangerous. However, excessive anxiety in low stress situations or anxiety that holds you back from ordinary activities and social interactions can be detrimental. If you
feel your anxiety is overwhelming or negatively affecting your life, schedule a meeting to talk with one
of our counselors. Below are resources that will provide you with more information and self-help techniques to help you manage your anxiety.
There are numerous methods and tips about how to cope with your anxiety, and each method may be different depending on your type and degree of anxiety. General strategies for battling anxiety include:
While some of these strategies may seem easier said than done, there are methods available to help you every step of the way when managing your anxiety. Check out AnxietyBC’s Self-Help Home Toolkit for helpful resources and activity forms to deal with
More self-help strategies for anxiety relief can be found at HelpGuide.
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