Inside: Are you ready to ease your anxiety? Do you need a new perspective as you look at this season of tension? This E-series “5 Habits When You’re Anxious” is for you!
Are you looking for some ways to help you overcome your anxiety from a Biblical standpoint?
Do you get tired of the endless googling of new ideas and remedies to quiet your anxious mind?
We don’t want to admit to others that we struggle with anxiety, so we hide it. It starts to isolate us, doesn’t it?
I don’t know about you but I’ve developed some habits conducive to keeping my anxiety present.
- Negative thoughts
- Need for control
These patterns have kept me stuck for longer than I want to admit. They’ve felt like heavy chains I couldn’t break from.
Can I reassure you that anxiety affects about 40 million people?
- Women are at greater risk to suffer from anxiety than men.
- anxiety is more than worry
- most common mental illness in the United States
- can be hereditary
When we see these statistics, they can be concerning and frustrating. As a mom, the idea I can pass this to my children makes me sad.
As a Christian, I want you to know: You aren’t alone and there is hope.
God’s word is full of ways to help control and alleviate anxiety and stress.
He can use this anxiety to draw you closer to Him, create a compassionate heart for others and He can use you in the midst of your anxiety.
I’ve created this E-series to give you encouragement and hope when you’re anxious.
In this E-series, you will learn:
- How to use Biblical meditation.
- What accepting anxiety means.
- Using God’s word to control your thoughts.
- How Anxiety can bless us.
- What the journey through anxiety can look like.
The E-series will be delivered to your inbox through the course of 10 days, so you can take the time and practice these new habits!
Change won’t happen until we intentionally make the time.
Are you ready to ease your anxiety? Do you need a new perspective as you look at this season of tension?
For more topics on anxiety, check out my resource page: “The Best Biblical Resources for Anxiety.”