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A Good Excuse

It’s sad, but true…we are winging past the time of good intentions and New Year’s resolutions to the time of excuses.
Those of us working through the challenges of mental illness are very familiar with excuses. We use them often; sometimes …

I’m Still Here

I find it ironic how life works sometimes. When I started Anxious Artist just a short time ago, I was in the best mental health of my life. I had gone through so many challenges and had learned so much …

After the Fall

So, it has happened again.
Anxiety has hit so hard that you can’t leave the house, or worse, the panic attack was so bad that it landed you in the hospital. Or, you spent the night in hell; depression pulling you …

A Victim of My Own Thoughts

Over the past weekend, I came to a sobering realization.
I suffer from a victim mentality. It’s not the kind where I am actively seeking sympathy or subscribing to that kind of oppressive neediness that drains people. It is, however, the …

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The Anxious Artist was created to provide resources, information and community to those trying to meet the challenge of mental health. While the articles are written to inform, entertain and support those who visit the site, the Anxious Artist is not a licensed medical professional and the information on these pages is not intended to replace regular medical care. Research and testimonials may show promising results with alternative treatments for mental illness, but these should always be discussed with a qualified medical practitioner before being implemented.

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While the articles are written to inform, entertain and support those who visit the site, the Anxious Artist is not a licensed medical professional and the information on these pages is not intended to replace regular medical care. Research and testimonials may show promising results with alternative treatments for mental illness, but these should always be discussed with a qualified medical practitioner before being implemented.

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