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Affirmations for Dealing With Anxiety

By January 27th, 20219 Comments
Affirmations for Dealing With Anxiety

I never considered myself to be much of a worrier until I had kids. I
started seeing the world with new eyes once I had to a child to raise
and protect. Prior to that, I traipsed all over this world as if I was
untouchable. When I think of some of the things I’ve done and situations
that I put myself in, all I can do is thank God that I made it through
reasonably unscathed.

The oblivion that defined my young adult years has now been replaced
with a great deal of awareness and unfortunately – anxiety. It started
in my latter twenties and eventually led me to seek professional help.
It’s something I have to manage on a daily basis. The Fear. The
Uneasiness. Sometimes it’s downright panic. If I don’t do the internal
work of keeping my thoughts positive, setting boundaries as to what I
let in and what I keep out, and how much I take on, I’m bound to have
some kind of breakdown. I talk about knowing your triggers in this post.

Today, I want to arm with you with some resources to help you get
through moments of overwhelming anxiety. What has really helped me to
deal with mine is to not allow it to get to the point of panic. When I
feel myself overwhelmed, I get myself as quickly as possible to an
environment where I feel safe and where I can be alone to recharge. I
pray and breathe and will my Spirit to silence the scary thoughts
circling my head.

Kim and I are big fans of Gabby Bernstein and have several of her guided meditations on our iPods. If you’re curious, try this five minute exercise to help you release anxiety and embrace peace.

Reflect on the following quotes to give you some perspective:

Real difficulties can be overcome, it is only the imaginary ones that are unconquerable.  ~Theodore N. Vail

You block your dream when you allow your fear to grow bigger than your faith.  ~Mary Manin Morrissey

Do not be afraid of tomorrow; for God is already there. ~Author Unknown

A day of worry is more exhausting than a day of work. ~John Lubbock

Nothing diminishes anxiety faster than action. ~Walter Anderson

To fear is one thing. To let fear grab you by the tail and swing you around is another. ~Katherine Paterson

Repeat the following affirmations to calm yourself and get recentered: 

All is well in my world and I am safe.

Every breath I inhale calms me and every breath I exhale takes away tension.

With every breath, I release the anxiety within me and I become more calm.

I look towards the future with hope and happiness.

I overcome my fears and live life courageously.

I acknowledge that the only constant in life is change and am prepared for it. 

is co-authored by Kim Jackson and GG Renee with the intention of
connecting with women through messages of self-love and personal
freedom. We believe that true beauty starts on the inside and radiates
outward, so maintaining emotional health and balance should be an
essential part of every woman’s beauty regimen. We use this platform
as an opportunity to share our personal experiences, and to help other
women who are seeking guidance to find their own truths and live


  • Derika says:

    These were great. Whenever I feel anxious I pull out my Bible and pray. That always helps and taking deep breaths. Thanks for the encouraging words!

  • DUI evaluation says:

    There are a lot of people who are dealing with anxiety attacks. Most of them are having difficulties in coping with this emotion. It is great that there are resources such as this that give helpful insights regarding the matter. Thanks for sharing.

  • Megan Montgomery says:

    This helped a lot reading always helped me cope with anixety.
    I meditate do yoga or write my feels down or in a poem. I took a college course on stress management because I do stress and have anxiety problems due to my childhood, traumatic events happened. I have trust issues and I am cautious. I am working on these problems everyday for myself. I loved reading the quotes.

  • Shak75 says:

    I just wanted to comment that had to print this out because this is my life right now. I'm finally having a good day after a rough 3 days, and now that I am more clear headed I hope to incorporate some more techniques to help out with any future attacks. Thanks!

  • Brooke B. says:

    This article was right on point. My family & myself are going through a lot right now & my anxiety levels are definitely high. Being able to have something to read to reassure myself is very helpful. Thank you

  • Andrea Dawn says:

    Love this; thank you.

  • Gaye Glasspie says:

    Just what I needed to read! Thank you!

  • chai says:

    so great, as usual. thanks, GG;)!

  • Kisa Kisa says:

    I loved, needed and greatly appreciate this post. Thank you!

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