Anxiety Tips and Tricks (tip 1)

I write a ton on anxiety.  And when I write I usually include 700 words or more.  Well, I want to include you busy readers as well.  So I'm going to post small clips of thoughts/skills/techniques that I believe can be helpful in overcoming anxiety:

1.  (Attitude shift) Remember, experiencing anxiety is practice, not a test.  With a test you usually have only one chance.  With practice, your performance doesn't have to be perfect.  You get to keep trying.  Progress, not perfection is the key here.  

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