women and anxiety
Let’s be honest: 2020 has been filled with financial challenges, travel restrictions, health concerns, a 24-hr news cycle that felt more like 6 hours, work-from-home adjustments, politics at its worst, grief, sorrow, uncertainty and much more. With all that has been thrown at us in a relatively short period of time, we’re all feeling more raw, emotional, and exposed than in ‘normal’ holiday seasons. This makes Christmas 2020 the perfect time for a holiday season reset (which I know I need!). View Post
- a state of great disturbance, confusion, commotion, or uncertainty; tumult; agitation; disquiet.
"the country was in turmoil"
I’m making a huge assumption that the majority of us are experiencing these feelings. I know that I have been feeling turmoil, emotional fog, frustration, anxiety and more since mid-March when we went into ‘lockdown’ in Kansas. While typically I love roller coasters (and sometimes I would guess that could be considered ‘turmoil’), this year is sure something I would rather never experience again!View Post
Anxiety: I'm glad you asked!
What a tumultuous beginning to 2020! If your email inbox/es, Facebook, Twitter, and other social media feeds are blowing up with everything and anything Coronavirus – COVID-19 like mine, I’m guessing your anxiety level is rather high. Rather than bore you with another COVID-19 article (I’m not a medical professional and so what good would my words do you (wink)?!); I thought I’d share a bit about how anxiety – especially chronic – which might be closer to how you’re feeling these days – affects our body.View Post