Just a quick note to wish you a very Happy New Year.
As we think back on the last year we can often tend to focus on what went wrong rather than what went right. There are some of you who might feel it was not as anxiety free as you wished it could have been. If that is the case with you I want you to take solace in the fact that the road to recovery almost always has setbacks along the way.
Recovering from panic attacks or GAD is never linear like getting over a cold. You take 2 steps forward and one back. What you have to remember is that you never fail as long as you keep trying. Progress is hard track, things can be really tough and then suddenly it is like a cloud has lifted and your mind seems no longer as anxious as it was before.
Happy New Year
Barry Joe McDonagh
2 replies on “Happy Panic and Anxiety Free 2010!“
Thanks so much for Panic Away! It has been a great tool for me, and I highly recommend it to everyone I know who also suffers from anxiety. The one thing we all need is a simple, straightforward process we can apply to get over anxiety, and you have given us that.
I just wanted to say thanks for making most of last year so much better (I discovered Panic Away in January of last year). This could be the first year since I was 8 years old that I could have a year without anxiety!!
i last may ias win in compitition of karate in group above35 years old , it was atest for me my breath wae difficult and my hands beated my enemy firmly , there was only one only one guy but ifeel that iam overcome all my enemies whom made my anxious behavior on my attitude which lead me to escape from others . thanks to god and thanks to you . neat august i have another champion on kick boxing , help me please god bless you my victory owe to you
sincerley yours ,
mahmoud from palestine
i have jordanian nationality
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