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When Someone You Know Struggles With Fear And Anxiety

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What do you do when someone you know has to deal with persistent 
fears, anxieties, or even depression? Here are some techniques 
you can use to help the person cope.

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When Someone You Know Struggles With Fear And Anxiety
Copyright © 2006 Stan Popovich
A Layman's Guide to Managing Fear

What do you do when someone you know has to deal with persistent 
fears, anxieties, or even depression? Well the first thing you 
need to do is to get the person to seek the services of a 
professional who can lead them in the right direction and give 
them the help they need. In addition, here are some other 
techniques you can use to help the person cope.

Learn as much as you can in managing anxiety and depression. 
There are many books and information that will educate you on 
how to deal with fear and anxiety. Share this information with 
the person who is struggling. Education is the key in finding 
the answers your looking for in managing your fears.

Be understanding and patient with the person struggling with 
their fears. Dealing with depression and anxiety can be difficult 
for the person so do not add more problems than what is already 

The person struggling with the anxiety must realize that managing 
anxiety and fear takes practice. When experiencing an anxiety 
related situation, begin to learn what works, what doesn't work, 
and what you need to improve on in managing your fears and 
anxieties. As you do this, you will become better in dealing 
with your anxieties.

Learn to manage your negative thoughts. A good way to manage 
your fear is to challenge your negative thinking with positive 
statements and realistic thinking. When encountering thoughts 
that make your fearful or anxious, challenge those thoughts by 
asking yourself questions that will maintain objectivity and 
common sense.  

Another thing to remember is that things change and events do not 
stay the same. For instance, you may feel overwhelmed today with 
your anxiety and feel that this is how you will feel the rest of 
the week or month. This isn't correct. No one can predict the 
future with 100 Percent accuracy. Even if the thing that you 
feared does happen there are circumstances and factors that you 
can't predict which can be used to your advantage. You never know 
when the help and answers you are looking for will come to you.

As a Layman, I realize it is not easy to deal with all of our 
fears. When your fears and anxieties have the best of you, seek 
help from a professional. The key is to be patient, take it slow, 
and not to give up. In time, you will be able to find those 
resources that will help you with your problems. 

Mr. Stanley Popovich is the author of "A Layman's Guide to 
Managing Fear" an easy to read book that presents a overview 
of techniques that are effective in managing persistent 
fears and anxieties. For additional information go to:



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