Knowing My ARC

Last week, I said to my friend,  “Just like someone who studies Freud thinks that everything boils down to sex, I think that everything boils down to anxiety.” Since I started learning about [...]

History Repeats?

We promised that we’d slow down. Remember? We vowed that we would no longer over-schedule ourselves. We swore that we no longer glamorize being busy. We posted and shared memes about how when [...]

Lessons from Leroy

This is Leroy, my 7-year old orange tabby. We rescued each other after I decided that my other kitten, Omar, needed a buddy. Since he moved into my home, he’s grown from an absurdly adorable and [...]

It All Matters

Last week I read that 30 – 37% of the US population experienced COVID-based anxiety throughout 2020. Although that number did fluctuate, it never got below 30% during the entire year.  [...]

The Dynamic Duo

There are some great partnerships throughout history. The Wright brothers, Sonny and Cher, Ben and Jerry, Lucy and Ethel, Holmes and Watson… I’d like to submit for consideration, Fielder [...]

Rest is Essential

You don’t DESERVE to rest. You NEED to rest. The events of this past year have caused us to look at every aspect of our day-to-day life through a different lens. The way that we view rest has got [...]

Thursday Thoughts

Last year, I wrote a piece on the concept of acceptance. It was inspired by a conversation that I had with Dr. Fielder and Dr. Huser regarding the anxiety that so many of us have in the current [...]

Finding Your Light

Man, we have been THROUGH IT, haven’t we? I don’t know about you, but here at Anxiety Resource Center, we’ve stopped asking, “What else can happen?” We’ll just keep our heads down and power [...]