Mild Anger and Stressed out
First, thanks for this website. I am a non-traditional college student, and I surfed the web for a Wellness Program assignment. I have taken the matter seriously, and chose to do a thorough assessment. Your website has been an extremely helpful guideline.
I handle anger well according to your self-assessment (Mild Anger issues). However, I live on 'survival mode.' I do not know how to get out of living in that abnormal 'normal'. I have attempted more rest/sleep, eased on the coffee, and still feel uncomfortable when I do not have that 'pressure' to accomplish a task. I need help.
Response from Dr. DeFoore
Hi Dolly, and thanks for telling your story here. I think it's cool that you are using the site as a part of your Wellness Program assignment. I'm glad that you found the assessment helpful.
I think you will also find these audio programs to be highly effective in dealing with the types of issues you are facing. They are professionally designed programs that address the subconscious mind directly and indirectly to create lasting positive emotional change.
I also think the positive journaling process described on this page will be very helpful to you in shifting your focus and improving your sense of calm and well being. I also offer an audio program on meditation and emotional healing (click on "Products" above), that you might find helpful.
Above all, Dolly, believe in yourself and the wise woman that you truly are. Make up your mind that you are going to learn what you need to learn to master your stress and achieve the well being you want.
You can do this.
My very best to you,
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