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When making a mistake feels like the end of the world

When making a mistake feels like the end of the world

Every day when I clock into my shift, the first thing I have to do is check my email to see if I’ve gotten any QC’s back. QC’s are reports from my team leads after they’ve reviewed my work so I can see what mistakes […]

Gentle reminders for those times when asking for help makes you anxious

Gentle reminders for those times when asking for help makes you anxious

Have you ever felt stuck because you need to do something but the thought of asking for help makes you so anxious you’re worried you’ll throw up if you’re not careful? I’m sure I can’t be the only one who gets self conscious about asking for […]

Coping with Anxiety at Work

Coping with Anxiety at Work

Anxiety can and will follow you anywhere, no matter how inconvenient the time or place happens to be. At work, you don’t always have the option to get up and leave when you’re feeling overwhelmed. I’ve only been at my new job for one week […]

Your anxiety is lying to you

Your anxiety is lying to you

As someone who has spent countless hours with sweaty palms and a somersaulting stomach, I’m here to tell you something super important. Your anxiety is lying to you.

Living with Anxiety

Living with Anxiety

When I was a kid, I would fall apart flipping through my textbooks. My vision would blur, my hands would shake, and I’d cry to my mother because I was sure there was no way I could ever finish my assignments. I didn’t know it […]