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How My Anxiety Affects Those Around Me

By Dr. Nicole Cain ND, MA

Do you worry that your anxiety affects those around you?

Do you have worries that prevent you from dating or pursuing relationships?

Do you experience increased anxiety around social gatherings?

Do you rely heavily on your partner, friends, or family members to reassure you or calm anxious thoughts?

Do you avoid serious conversations with people because you are afraid of conflict?

Do you constantly fear that people are going to leave you?

Do you experience anxiety when you are alone?

Do you find yourself thinking of worst-case scenarios when it comes to relationships that are currently involved in?

If you answered yes to any of those questions, you may be negatively affecting your relationships and your ability to be who you truly are in a relationship. In this video, I will give you a roadmap on how to start confronting your anxiety so that it no longer affects your happiness and relationships.

You crushing your anxiety with this information is my passion.

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I’m Dr. Nicole Cain. I’m an anxiety expert and an integrative mental health consultant. I have helped thousands of people get their lives back and I can help you. I have worked with individuals and families all over the United States and experts from around the world and have developed powerful integrative strategies that literally change the way my clients think and feel.

I am passionate about helping people overcome anxiety and so now I am sharing these life changing strategies with you. If anxiety is messing with your relationships and stealing your ability to be yourself, then stay tuned as I share valuable tips on how to take your life back from anxiety.

Remember, that relationships take work.
Even if you are suffering from anxiety, the issues in a relationship are not all your fault.
It takes two people who are being honest with each other and working on their own self-development to maintain a healthy relationship. However, if you recognize that anxiety is affecting your relationships, it is time to take action.

If the activity I just suggested to you sounds scary, you are not alone. Anxiety can make a simple conversation with someone you care about appear terrifying and feel exhausting. For some of you, you may think that this exercise is too much and that you need much more support and tools before you can begin the process of confronting your anxiety in your relationships. We all have to begin somewhere. And if you are ready to stop anxiety from messing up your relationships and ruining your life, then you are in the right place.

I have developed hundreds of tools for people in video, audio, and written formats that I want to share with you. If you want a more in-depth approach to defeating anxiety and feeling like yourself again, check out the Free Anxiety Freedom Master Class.

Anxiety should not be a life sentence. True mental health is a lifestyle that you can learn to live. Confronting anxiety in your life is the first step to finding the relationship you want and growing closer to the people currently in your life.
I became a doctor to help people achieve physical and mental freedom from their symptoms.

As we’ve discussed, Anxiety affects those around us quite significantly. Now as an anxiety expert and integrative mental health consultant, my aim is to help as many people as possible get rid of the anxiety that is sabotaging their lives and relationships so that they can achieve true freedom. Are you ready to join me on this journey? If so, head over to the Free Anxiety Freedom Master Class. Let’s do this together!

Here’s to your next chapter.

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-Dr. Nicole Cain, ND MA

P.S. Do you want more? Check out the Anxiety Freedom Facebook Group–because community is pivotal, and my team and I are in the group along with a group of warriors working kicking anxiety to the curb together. Together – we got this. If you haven’t already, check out the 7 Day Anxiety Freedom Challenge.

This article is for educational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. Whenever considering changing your protocol whether it includes a change of medications, supplements, diet or lifestyle, always speak with your primary care physician first. Dr. Nicole Cain consults with clients locally and internationally. Dr. Nicole Cain ND MA has helped countless people take back control of their lives, and she can help you. To set up a complimentary consultation, call our office or visit https://drnicolecain.com/getting-started to schedule online.
Dr. Nicole Cain is an advocate for empowering people around the world to help themselves via her educational video e-courses, books, and exclusive free Facebook group. You can receive the tools you need to find the root cause of your symptoms and feel healthy again.