Emotional Barriers

Designed By Mandy Zadoorian

Controlling Emotional Distress Caused by Anxiety, Depression or Panic Attacks...

How Many Of You Currently Have or Have Had Episodes of Panic or Anxiety? Well, I have...

I understand how hard it can be to relax and even focus. Let's be honest here for a moment, having feelings of anxiety and/or panic or even experience an "attack" is one of the most awful, uncontrollable moments one can emotionally have, not to mention how exhausting it can make us. No one enjoys feeling this way and would slam the off button is there were one.

Well, I have good news, through the years, I found the easiest way to cope that works for me and could work for you's worth trying, right?
  1. First, think about what feelings of anxiety and panic get you. 
  2. Now think of where it gets those closest to you...those who love you most.
  3. Now think about if you could change that feeling. 
No one wants those they love to suffer from feeling hopeless and helpless, plus can't help in your time of need.
Your breathing could mean the difference between simply being more calm or not. So rather than letting this ailment get the best of you, let's talk about how to reduce and even stop it naturally
  1. Begin to slow your breathing: I know this can be hard to do in "panic mode", but all you need to do is concentrate on each breath you take.
  2. Focus every ounce of your being and energy on the breathing: If your mind can only think about one thing, then this can help the racing thoughts diminish more effectively.
  3. Now that you have focused on your breathing, now change that focus to a phrase that gets your mind in a more repetitive thought pattern. Choose a phrase that you know calms you every time it is said, by someone else or you. My phrase it "IT'S GOING TO BE OKAY, IT'S GOING TO BE OKAY". I think about my mother telling me this when I've gone through my worst of moments and hear her voice verbalizing it. Find what makes you feel the best.
  4. Do these incredibly simple steps for as long as you need to until you begin to detach your emotional weights and find freedom in weightlessness from the anxiety and/or panic that gets inside your beautiful, courage-filled mind.
Remember, it make take a few times to get the hang of this and even to find the wording/phrase that works best, but the mind works with repetitive progressive thought patterns and will react to them the same as long as you let it. This is one of the reasons you may experience these feelings to start with over and over again. The brain recalls distinct patterns, but tricking your mind will then send it back to a normal sense of how it should be reacting.  

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When you have a panic or anxiety attack, do you get short of breath, lightheaded, dizzy, nausea, chest pain, clammy, sweaty, extremity numbness, along with almost a crippling feel within your hands?

Well, I experienced panic and anxiety attacks around the age of 16 and I have since overcome them. It used to be so bad I thought I was going to pass out of even die from one of them. They happened on and off for about 2 years, then I finally figured out how to control the attacks. i finally figured out that I could use the panic feeling to actually retrain my brain to do the exact opposite and I have never had a panic or anxiety attack since.

  • Learn to calm and quiet your mind of irrational thoughts while having the panic or anxiety attack
  • Focus more on the moment when you feel the moment for possible signs you are about to have one
  • Become even better than you were compared to before you ever had your first attack.


To me, jealousy is the most useless emotion, why fret over another person's life when you have enough to worry about in regards to your own? Would you agree?

I found a website that stated the facts much better than I and found these bullets variate the differences of Envy versus Jealousy very well. It was odd how similar, yet show there is so many small differences when put together as such:

JEALOUSY: The Experience It Involves
A. Fear of loss
B. Suspicion of anger about betrayal
C. Low self-esteem and sadness over loss
D. Uncertainty and loneliness
E. Fear of losing an important person to an attractive other
F. Distrust

ENVY: The Experience it Involves
A. Feelings of inferiority
B. Longing
C. Resentment of circumstances
D. Ill will towards envied person often accompanied by guilt about these feelings
E. Motivation to improve                                                               
F. Desire to possess the attractive rival's quality
G. Disapproval of feelings
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What makes up a jealous it a chemical imbalance or something else that we cannot understand?

Well, if it were as simple as that I would tell you....and I'm about to do just that.

Jealousy is a concept of trust, believing in yourself, and appreciating what you have to offer...offering gifts to yourself.

If you cannot trust who you are, then you will have more problems than just being a jealous, uncontrollable person. Trusting yourself can be pretty tough, but if you can find this within, then you can triumph over so much more!

Carry your heart with love, understanding and TRUST!

Think about it, why are you really jealous of the circumstance? Write it down, the pros and the cons for that particular situations' struggle. Writing can lead you to a better emotional understanding. Normally, when you can talk about something or write it down, you're able to put the facts out there. So many times I've answered my own question once asked out loud and you can do the same.  

Trust, listen, love and begin feeling confidence for your own being.

Whether you are jealous of a co-worker getting a promotion, a boyfriend/girlfriend falling in love or lust with someone else, or someone simply received something you wanted or "deserved more" all comes down to tr using within yourself and falling your heart. Have faith, have hope to know that you are special and will have a chance to be that person that you are jealous of.

Remember, choose your battles let go of more energy to frown, than smile.

Retraining the mind will heap majestic rewards.

Let me know if this is something you ended up trying and, more importantly, if it worked for you. 

I love feedback...comments are always welcome!

Thank you and please come back for more. 

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