Anxiety 101 - What Is It And What To Do With It


As of data from 2015, 40 million people in the United States (18%) experience an anxiety disorder in any given year, so it was about time we took a deep dive into it. We learned about how to support others dealing with anxiety, the types of it out there, where it comes from and how it actually used to be useful in keeping humans alive.

Watch and then learn more from the noted sources as always! And don’t forget to #bethelight

Love and Light,



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