How to Handle Coronavirus-Induced Anxiety, According to the Experts


By Kimberly Zapata It’s been four months since the first case of novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, was identified, and since that time, nearly half a million people have been infected. In fact, according to the World Health Organization, there have been 372,757 confirmed cases—and that’s enough to make anyone nervous. I’ve lived with generalized anxiety … Continue reading How to Handle Coronavirus-Induced Anxiety, According to the Experts

9 Tips For Getting Through A Panic Attack


By Kimberly Zapata If you struggle with anxiety you know just how tough it can be to manage your symptoms, i.e. one minute you are fine — you are talking, laughing, and just being yourself — and the next you are terrified. You are horrified. You are paralyzed. Your mind is racing. Your breath is heavy, and your both your … Continue reading 9 Tips For Getting Through A Panic Attack

The Truth About Anxiety


By Kimberly Zapata When most people hear the word anxiety, they think of the condition in its most extreme form. They imagine Hollywood-like portrayals of an attack, things like trembling, shaking, and breathing into a paper bag. But anxiety is more than restlessness, hypervigilance, and erratic breathing. Anxiety takes control of your body. It causes … Continue reading The Truth About Anxiety

Anxiety Makes It Hard For Me To Have Mom Friends


By Kimberly Zapata “Can we go the park, Mommy? I want to go to the park.” I look at the clock. It is 7:37 — 7:37 in the freakin’ morning — but the skies are clear, the weather is warm, the sun is up, and my coffee has been made. In fact, it is already cooling. … Continue reading Anxiety Makes It Hard For Me To Have Mom Friends