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lifehurts12 lifehurts12 22-25, F 18 Answers Nov 12, 2012 in Depression

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yeah, it's called exposure therapy. I wouldn't say it makes you stronger, but it is the key to reducing the stress you get from being anxious about things.

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Yes I think it does and it helps you deal with the much harder things that will challenge you in life.

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I think it helps to overcome your anxiety. At least a little bit

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What doesn't kill you gives you the conviction to track it down and kill it for trying.

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I suppose it does.



Every time I overcome something I am anxious about I feel better about myself.



But I still have anxiety attacks. I think it is a chemical imbalance in my brain, not real!

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I'd say so, the bonus to that is you have every chance of not spending a lot of negative energy thinking about the "anxiety". Prolonged anxiety is not a good thing and can have a knock on effect in your self confidence.

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Yes, I think it does - except bees, I can't ever face bees *shudder* lol

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If it's a phobia there several methodologies available to start the process to "face" what may make you anxious and lessen that anxiety.

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Without a doubt!

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yes and it also boosts confidence at the same time.

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yes. It does. At the very least, it's something you've attempted to handle and isn't just looming in the distance, unhandled

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Yes

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Could make you more anxious. Could go either way.

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Yes it does. The more you face it the stronger you get especially if it was traumatic to go through it in the first place.

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DEFINITELY... so face it! :)

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I guess it does eventually.

Like lifting weights or walking a great distance.



If you survive.



:)

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