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Coronavirus (COVID-19) anxiety

It has a name!

So we’re a whole lot further down the path of what seems like our new normal, and it appears that coronavirus anxiety is a ‘thing’. The amount of enquiries we are getting from clients who are reporting a surge in anxiety due to lockdown being lifted is incredible. From being the thing that everyone was desperately hoping for, to being the thing that people are now scared of….

Everywhere you look you see people wearing masks, crossing the road to avoid others, one way systems around supermarkets. The lengths we have gone to to avoid contact with people is crazy (for good reason though may I add).

What this has done though is made so many people afraid and anxious about how to live in this new way of life. The fear of catching the virus is actually stopping us from doing things which we need to be doing. I personally know of people who have had absolutely zero contact with the outside world since this began. Imagine being in prison, not just prison but solitary confinement for 4 months? The effect this can have on our mental state is more than we could ever comprehend.

Over the past few months we have been working completely online (through the zoom platform) and have seen all of our clients back out there doing what they know they should be doing, They’ve been shopping, going to work, having their hair cut, socialising in their small bubbles…. and what’s more is they’ve been doing it free of any anxiety.

If you feel that your fears and worries are stopping you from living your life the way you should then why not contact us here for a free initial consultation. We can show you how you can achieve any of your goals in only 2-3 sessions.

Luke

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