With anxiety being a widespread thing that touches many—it has developed quite a name for itself. Anxiousness affects every individual differently and is caused by endless variables, both detectable and beneath the surface.
We’re used to hearing that anxiety is a tough, negative emotion often neighboring depression. We understand that it can stop us in our tracks, sometimes knocking us off our path altogether.
But what if embracing the anxiety we experience could be the antidote to letting it take over? Is it possible that we have a chance to take away its power by assigning it back to ourselves?
The GR8 Research Says
Provocative research shows that it may just be possible for anxiety to be used for propelling motivation.
However, there is a divide between a somewhat healthy amount of anxiety versus cases that are more severe or chronic. In which case, anxiety should be addressed differently for the individual to reach a point of manageability.
Take our quiz and find out if you should choose to embrace your anxiety.
A Note from GR8NESS
Anxiety, whether mild or severe, is never easy. Even if its manageable or has the potential to shift to a positive impact—any presence of anxiety should always be handled with care. Please consult with a mental healthcare provider to discuss your anxiety.