She nailed it! None of us has the time or energy to worry about what may or may not happen! That is a very valuable piece of a wellness model. Speaking of a wellness model, we should each have one. The first step requires asking yourself what does personal wellness looks like to you. Give this some thought. Do you see yourself living a life free of doctors? Do you see yourself taking medicine. Do you see yourself having time for alternative therapies? What colors, smells, textures bring calm to you. Do you want animals in your life? What food do you eat. What people are in your life of wellness? Do you want naps and unscheduled time? Do you need the city or the quiet? Where do you live? Do you want to travel? What are your spiritual practices? Where do you feel best? What inspires you? Answering these questions can provide you a blue print for your wellness model.
Among other debilitating side effects, it keeps individuals from being in the present moment and fearful about the future. Other common symptoms of anxiety include: