For blogs like this, I think it is so important for readers to understand the intentions of the writer. I want to be clear and upfront with my readers about the reasons I’m here, what my goals are, and what I do and do not claim to be. Below you will find the do’s and don’ts of Worryless Warrior.
I am incredibly passionate about empowering people with anxiety to be kind to themselves, embrace self care, and move forward.
I am also passionate about empowering people in general (with or without anxiety) to pursue what makes them who they are and what drives them everyday.
I am (although far less than before!) and probably always will be and anxious person to a certain extent. I feel confident enough to share my own experiences in hopes that others may find something valuable from them.
I am trying make supporting mental health efforts my full time job. Whether it is learning about it, writing about it, or teaching lessons on it – I want to spend the rest of my life finding ways to support the mental health and personal empowerment communities.
I am not…
I am not a doctor. I have not attended medical school which means that I do not have the right to prescribe any medication or make important life decisions for anyone.
I do not claim to have a one size fits all answer to cure anxiety. Trust me. I so wish I did.
I am not here to secretly sell you a product I will claim to cure you of your anxiety. If I ever reference a product I have used or tried before, it will only be because I found it to be helpful to me in that particular circumstance.
Most importantly, I am not here to judge. I genuinely believe that there is no right or wrong way to have anxiety, feel stressed, react to it, or empower yourself to grow. Regardless of what those things look like for different individuals, we all deserve to feel supported and worthy of being our best selves.
Just in case you didn’t see it else where!
Please remember I am not a doctor and am in no way qualified to treat, diagnose, or prescribe any medication or information on the choices you should make in your life. Ultimately, the choice is always yours to make. I am simply here to share what has worked for me in hope that it may work for others. If you are struggling to cope with anxiety, depression, OCD, or any other mental illness, seeking professional has been proven to be beneficial.