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A mood condition that can often occur without any immediate identifiable
triggering mechanism. As such, it is dissimilar to fear, which is an emotional
response to a perceived threat or danger. Additionally, fear is related to the
specific behaviors of escape and avoidance, whereas anxiety is related to
situations perceived as uncontrollable or unavoidable. Another view, defines
anxiety as "a future-oriented mind-state, in which one is ready or
preparing to attempt to cope with upcoming negative events", suggesting there
is a distinction between futures as opposed to present dangers, which
distinguishes anxiety from fear.
Emotional effects may include: feelings of apprehension or
dread, trouble concentrating, feeling tense or jumpy, anticipating the worst,
irritability, restlessness, watching (and waiting) for signs (and occurrences)
of danger, and feeling like their mind's gone blank, as well as, insomnia,
over-sleeping, bed-wetting, nightmares/bad dreams and obsessions about
sensations. In some instances people experience a trapped in the mind feeling,
and having a feeling like everything is scary, which then causes a need to hide
(Sleep), get away or stay vigilant.
Cognitive effects of anxiety may include: thoughts about
suspected dangers, such as fear of dying. Having a fear that the chest pains (a
physical symptom of anxiety) are a deadly heart attack or that the shooting
pains in the head (another physical symptom of anxiety) are the result of a
tumor or aneurysm. One may also feel an intense fear when you think of dying,
or may think of it more often than normal, or unable to rid it from the mind.
Behavioral effects may include: withdrawal from situations where
unpleasant effects of anxiety have been experienced in the past. It can also be
affected in ways which include short temper, changes in sleeping patterns, nail
biting and increased motor tension, such as foot tapping, and fidgeting.
As we Learning how to over-come Anxiety, (mood condition causing multiple mal-effects) we can then brings about a feeling security,
peace, stability(mental) and experience personal comfort and safety within
Happiness is a positive state of mind, a
perception of optimism.
When I was little, my Mother
always told me, happiness is the key to life.
When I went to school, the
teacher asks, “Write down what you want to be when you grew up”.
I wrote down “Happy”
The teacher told me I didn't understand the assignment. I thought the teacher didn't understand life.
Being Happy doesn't mean everything is
It means you decided to look beyond the
To be Happy is to be wise.
Happiness is not the destination, but rather
the way we choose to travel.
Happiness does not depend on who
we are, or what we have.
It depends solely on what you
Happiness is when what you think, what you
say, and what you do are in harmony
Happiness does not come from
without, it can only come from within.
It is not what you look at, but
what you choose to see.
It is not what you touch, but
what you choose to feel
It is not the sound, but what
you choose to hear.
It is not just what you say,
but how you choose to say it.
It is not the event, but how
you choose to perceive it.
Peter C. Williams CMS. CHt.
The mind is a part of the body and the body a
part of the mind, there is no separation of the two. The mind is extremely
powerful, and all emotions are created within the realms of the mind. Happiness,
love, hope, sadness, fear, anxiety, anger, and shame can only exists within the
mind, while manifesting through the body. Therefore the mind can create hell of heaven
or create heaven of hell for the body.
The choice is ours.
Peter C. Williams CMS. CHt.
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