Category Archives: Anxiety

Repressed Negative Emotions – The Greatest Breeder of Anxiety Disorders

Helping clients suffering from various anxiety disorders in my therapy clinic in Bradford and through my online anxiety recovery programmes, for many years now, has continued to confirm one of my strongest persuasions that the major cause of anxiety-related disorders lies in repressed negative emotions. My therapy approach has always centred around helping clients to release…

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The Easily Ignored Cure For Anxiety Panic Disorders

Helping clients suffering from various anxiety disorders in my therapy clinic in Bradford and through my online anxiety recovery programmes, for many years now, has continued to confirm one of my strongest persuasions that the major cause of anxiety-related disorders lies in the accumulations of human’s negative emotions. My therapy approach has always centered around…

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6 Steps To Defeat Loneliness & Create Your Desired Future

Try the following tips to overcome any kind of loneliness caused by Real-Self Alienation (to understand real-self alienation, read my previous article on overcoming loneliness): See your loneliness as an internal challenge, as opposed to external.  Accept that the cause of your loneliness is beyond the fact that others do not care about connecting with…

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Overcome The Sudden Feelings of Depression and Discouragement

Do you sometimes find yourself overwhelmed with the feelings of sudden discouragement and depression? For you, does it feel like your joy, enthusiasm and hope just vanish in a flash, and you are left with the unpleasant feelings moodiness, dejection and emptiness? This article may be helpful to you. Study shows that the more loving,…

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How Grieving Can Help Cure Your Anxiety

Taking time to grieve effectively when we experience a loss can help us avoid developing aggravated anxiety-related conditions. Repressed negative emotions are the major causes of anxiety disorders. And there is hardly a faster way to accumulate such unpleasant emotions like when we experience a loss of a loved one or of something very important…

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Disguised Anxiety

“The constant feeling of “I should be doing something all the time” could be a sign of disguised anxiety; sometimes, doing nothing is the best thing to do.” -Wale Oladipo

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Breaking The Worry Habit

“Since we all worry in pictures, a key to breaking the worry habit is to swap continuously our negative mental pictures for positive ones.” -Wale Oladipo

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Negative Thinking & Repetition

“Through repetition of negative thinking, remembering and imagining, anxiety is inscribed in the brain like a tattoo.” –Wale Oladipo

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First Step To Anxiety Freedom

“The first step to freedom from anxiety is to believe that anxiety can be defeated.”     –Wale Oladipo

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Anxiousness

“Anxiousness is first a human manual response to an event, then, through repetition, it becomes automatic.” –Wale Oladipo

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Why People Experience Anxiety Attacks & Depression At Christmas

If you have not suffered from anxiety disorders before, you’ll probably find the topic of this article a bit strange, because Christmas, to you, is a time to be happy and celebrate. That is absolutely true. But I’m afraid not everybody feels this way. Many people find the month of December, as a whole, very…

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6 Tips to Avoid Anxiety Attacks & Depression This Christmas

Guard your mind from unrealistic seasonal influences. Refuse to be sold alive by the media. What you watch on TV or hear over the radio about how  an “ideal” Christmas should look like can literally send you into a deep valley of discontent, resentment, unhappiness and self-pity. Remember that nearly all TV adverts seek to…

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Anxiety

“Anxiety is imagination…without inspiration.”   –Wale Oladipo

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7 Steps to Gain Control Over Your Bad Feelings

We are all creatures of relationship. And as such, we pick up different kinds of feelings as we interact with others. Some are bad feelings while others are good. But what happens when we develop a bad feeling concerning someone or something? How do we handle the left-behind uneasiness and the agitation? How do we…

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