Hey Y’all!

My name’s Joe and I'm a Mental Health Journalist based in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Through my struggles with anxiety, depression, trauma and addiction, I wish to show others, that everyone is capable of improving their circumstances.

I'm sharing my story, as an experiment, to see if it is possible live a life of health, wellness, and happiness.

I am Starting this Anxiety Blog for You because you need help. We all do!

I have many reasons for starting  this  blog, but its main purpose is to inspire and help others along their journeys, as I navigate through mine.

The Reasons for an Anxiety Blog

First off, I see the blog as a way for me to express what I'm experiencing in my life as a means of therapy. I also hope that others experiencing similar challenges reach out to each other and to me, so that we can connect about our lives and know that we are not alone.

Futhermore, I ‘d like to share what I've learned about anxiety, depression, addiction, phobias and mental health from personal experience. I will discuss some of the obstacles I've faced and how I've overcome them, and what I'm doing currently to continue to grow.

I want a forum where people can feel comfortable discussing these issues honestly and openly, so that we can raise awareness, and offer help and solutions to those who need it.

I want any person who is requires this kind of support and information to feel free to take what they need and apply it to their own lives.

Lastly, I want to test for myself, whether or not, that if I alter my inner thoughts and feelings, and harness the power of the brain in a positive manner, will my exterior world adjust accordingly-as has been theorized by many a successful poet, physicist, prophet, businessman, inventor, actor and countless others.

Bruce Lee's Words

As quoted by the late, great Bruce Lee in his book Striking Thoughts, "As you think, shall you become."

Bruce...wise and eternal soul...where ever you are... is this true? I need to know.

I hope that I can help and inspire others the same way that I have been helped, picked up, healed and inspired along the way.

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