You are going to be fine. Continue to stay in the moment and do not worry about yesterday. Tomorrow will be here soon enough so do not anticipate what tomorrow will bring.
When you find yourself so upset, breathing exercises are a wonderful way to learn how to control anxiety, reduce stress, and promote relaxation. Studies have shown that anxiety sufferers tend to breath shallowly and from their chest. Learning to breathe deeply and from the belly can bring great relief and control to anxious individuals.
Belly Breath Exercise
1. Lie on your back and place one hand on your stomach and one on your chest.
2. As you inhale, fill your belly with a slow, even breath, and watch your hand rise on your belly and stay still on your chest.
3. Exhale gently and watch you hand fall as you slowly and evenly breathe out.
4. Repeat for five minutes and practice every single day.
Use this technique when you are under stress for relief. It is also important to practice this breathing technique when you are not under stress. Practice when you are watching TV, sitting at a stoplight, before you fall asleep, or during breaks from work. Practicing when you are not stressed will enhance you well-being and give you mastery over the exercise so that when you need it you will be confident in your skills.
Practice this and let us know how it works for you.
I wish you peace and happiness.
Kitt, Co-Moderator: Anxiety/Panic & Depression& GERD Forums*~*
You are talking very wise right now and acceptance that things are not good right now but they will get better is very brave of you. You facing your demons and showing them who is boss.
You go girl.
Kudos to you