Is Anxiety a Result of Our Own Doing?

This week, Ray and Bryan McKinley discuss the hot topic of anxiety, differentiating between a medically diagnosed anxiety disorder and anxiety of our own doing (or lack of doing).

I believe we create much of an anxious feeling when:

  • We seek approval from others and fail to receive it.
  • We blame and make excuses instead of taking personal responsibility.
  • We are presumptuous and value-judge, instead of being accepting and tolerant.
  • We procrastinate and put off what we have agreed to do.

Join the conversation to learn more about how to differentiate between the two types of anxiety, and take steps to mitigate the self-created fear-based anxiety.


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