We learn to be anxious and we can unlearn it.
We’re introduced to Marlene whose father died and whose mother worked so she had to take care of younger siblings. Being young herself, she was nervous about their safety. This was the beginning of a lifetime of anxiety.
Her husband has panicked too because he doesn’t know when the other shoe is going to drop. She’s annoyed with the counselor who asks her to do deep breathing and relaxation exercises, but she does them anyway. Read the article at
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