What Needs To Change To Help Those With Anxiety Feel Supported At Work?

Anxiety can be a debilitating disorder that affects people from all walks of life. It doesn’t discriminate based on age, race, or socioeconomic status; anyone can be affected.

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Even though anxiety has been classified as a mental health issue since 1980 and is included in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), some employers still don’t recognize it as an official disability – leaving many sufferers without essential accommodations like reduced hours or more flexible work environments.

In this blog post, we will delve into why this lack of recognition exists within certain organizations and understand what needs to occur for everyone with an anxiety disorder to feel supported while at work.…

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Arnold Siegel’s 7 Ideas for Staying Productive When You’re Dealing With Anxiety

Anxiety is a universal fact of life. We all feel it.

“We put pressure on ourselves to be successful,” says Arnold Siegel, contemporary American philosopher and founder of Autonomy and Life, “and we feel it from others too.”

Siegel literally wrote the book on sublimating anxiety in the service of a productive, self-actualized life.

Anxiety attack

Siegel has developed a philosophy of life for practical living. He directs his students in the following ways.

1. Take Responsibility for the Consequences of Your Actions

First, remember that the cavalry is not coming. The buck stops with each one of us; only we can take ultimate responsibility for our actions.…

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