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Thread: Create your own "tool box" for soothing anxiety and panic

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    There is something to be said for proper boundaries.

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    This is very good advice!

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    Bumping this useful thread.

    Working outdoors is helpful to keep me grounded. Digging in the dirt, moving rocks or stacking firewood clears my head

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    Originally Posted by journeynow
    Bumping this useful thread.

    Working outdoors is helpful to keep me grounded. Digging in the dirt, moving rocks or stacking firewood clears my head
    Thanks journey. Walking helps me a lot too. My son and hubby and I walk for an hour almost every evening. It does help.

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