Anxiety is a virus; you can catch it in a crisis.

Anxiety is reticent, relief so very jubilant.

Anti-anxiety medication is found in taking charge.

Anxiety oppresses its neighbor, but love hugs even those far off.

Worry subtracts, anxiety divides; love adds and multiplies.

Bravery imagines the worst, then proceeds.

Avoid calamity; disobey anxiety.

Anxiety whispers danger, but action quiets a false report.

Be worry-free, imperfectly.

Prayer — a serotonin reuptake inhibitor.

Good walks, good books, good music, good friends and good meals are good cures for anxious hearts.

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Comments
  1. Quiet Mary says:

    Thanks for the medicine.

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