Self Help for Anxiety

One of the first emails retirees get when they register for my Retirement Insider newsletter is simply asking "What Keeps You Up At Night?"

I receive a wide variety of responses...  some are silly, most are pretty worrisome to me. Worrisome being the key word here... people worry about all sorts of things, many rather trivial, but once the worry is there, it's hard to hit the delete key in your brain.

A few recent examples:

  • What keeps me up at night?  Worrying, which I know is pointless.  But I don't know how to turn it off.  
  • how to survive on my income
  • Worry about what my first check will be and will it be enough? 
  • Worry keeps me up at night.  Worry that I have made a mistake and should not have retired. Worry that ........well......everything really
  • What keeps me up at night is worrying about my health, although I am healthy - will I become a burden to my family.  Also, not doing the thing I retired to do because of lack of motivation, and the serious decline in my spiritual life - I stopped going to church and rarely read the Bible anymore.  

Worry can only harm your life...  it's bad stress. Retirees (and many others) need to move past worry and anxiety. Worry works against you, and makes total confusion in your mind, overthinking every possibility, until you are robbed of life itself. Worry robs us of logical solutions too.  

I am partnering on a new site. is ten years old but has not been worked on in several years -- enter Wendy. I am starting to update it, add more pages, and all that. 

We have a self directed workshop that can truly change your life. This is what brought me to this site, and the fact that Gene (my new partner) offered it all for free.

It's not just about anxiety... It's about finding a better mindset that allows you to live life to the fullest. Learn to control your subconscious and you will live a completely different life.

This Self Help Workshop over-delivers in so  many ways! But only --  IF you do the work. Register for reminders, step by step, with many modules in each Step.