Being anxious seems to be the norm; you can’t go more than a few scrolls on social media without a post that reminds you to stay calm or explains anxiety in a way that’s easily understandable. Many people are anxious for good reason and understand why. Others may not even realise it until things get severe. While it’s good that more people are talking about mental illness and focusing on getting help, most people aren’t sure when to seek anxiety counselling. You may think that you’ll get over it or that your symptoms aren’t severe enough, but the truth is, you can always learn how to curb your anxiousness and lead a normal life.
One difficulty people face is that being anxious is a normal human response. You get anxious when you feel you are in a dangerous or stressful situation. In these instances, it is normal to feel that way. However, if the anxiety never leaves you or if you’re constantly stressed out, anxiety counselling could be a way to help relieve that stress. Counsellors can help you learn new ways to cope with anxiety or how to reduce your anxiety levels.
From 2 to 3 offers anxiety counselling, as well as others, for families and spouses who are going through rough times. If you’re normally carefree, but you’re trying to get pregnant, or your family is facing some challenging times, it’s best to come to Ginny Lindsay and let her help. She can talk to one individual or talk to you as a couple/family. Everyone can relax and get comfortable because she doesn’t judge or try to bully you. Instead, she listens to your concerns and issues, offering tips and advice wherever possible. She also uses a variety of techniques that you can learn and employ at home.