It’s nice to be able to choose the perfect therapy for anxiety, but not everyone can afford to pay for counseling sessions and doctors. In many cases of anxiety, you can help yourself which can be very effective. But this only works if you are determined to accept responsibility for your healing. Too often people are disappointed in the results of their formal therapy sessions and blame everyone except themselves. They blame the doctor or the therapist or the people in group sessions or heredity or anything else they can find. It’s the blame game. The reality is that when you recognize you have anxiety, it means you can recognize that the quickest route to improvement is accepting responsibility.
Of course, that doesn’t mean you have to undergo therapy all alone. Even if you choose to see a licensed professional, you still have to be willing to work towards improvement.
You also need to let your family and friends help you however possible. Anxiety can be very isolating which means you have a tendency to push people away. Having a good support system is important when you’re trying to overcome anxiety.