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In today’s article I'm going to be talking about how to deal with a person who is suffering from an anxiety disorder. A lot of people are going through anxiety disorder, and it has begun to affect their daily lives from relationships to careers and many more. If you have any person with such symptoms, your duty is to support them and help them through such situations by being as nice as possible without judging them.
The first thing you want to realize is that the person who is experiencing or suffering from anxiety disorder did not choose their condition willingly and might have been brought about by some unconscious behaviour patterns or thought patterns but most likely they did not wake up one day and say I think I want to suffer from an anxiety disorder.
The second thing that you want to remember is not to get angry or direct your frustration toward that person for their condition as it'll only make them worse, and it will alienate you from them. You also don't want to chastise that person for their condition or make fun of them or somehow make them feel guilty for the position that they're in.
As the time comes that the person undertakes therapy and other ways to heal themselves as they undertake that process of exposure therapy which involves exposing themselves to situations that once brought about unnecessarily high anxiety and they confront it and they face it head-on, it must be done in sufficiently small steps for it to achieve its efficacy.
So, the thing to remember is as they're undertaking this exposure is not to rush them or pressure them into taking extra steps going further than they're comfortable with. They must take it at their own pace. It's very important otherwise it's just going to create more anxiety and it may even set them back from their goals.
Be supportive of the person. Any moral support that they get is always good, so it's also important to maintain a positive attitude. Try to limit any negativity around them. Throw away negative behaviour or negative speech and encourage them to believe that everything's gonna work out and that they're going to overcome their disorder.
So just remember to encourage the person but don't push too hard. If you push too hard, you’ll push them into another panic attack. The goal is to desensitize them to situations that once brought about unnecessarily high anxiety. The goal is- as soon as they have a panic attack in a particular situation that tends to bring such attacks episodes, they need to reassess that situation and the goal is to associate those situations that one sparked about anxiety with feelings of peace and calm.
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