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Anxiety Related to a Breakup, Divorce … or Anything Else

State of Anxiety is the first and only website and book series (in production) designed to placate stress and anxiety by chronicling the lesser-known comical manifestations of anxiety, and then enveloping you in a cozy smattering of the most unique advice and tactics available. And, it does all this without drugs or booze, so you can savor the healing properties at work or while operating heavy machinery – like a wet screed. I don’t know what a wet screed is. But, I’d like to say I could operate one while anxious. Or, in general.

What this site, the accompanying blog posts, and book titles will provide you are insight, perspective, and the targeted professional counsel you need to overcome your loss like a boss. Remember: This isn’t the recycled self-help genre you see littering bookstore shelves. This is awe-inspiring, spot-on, recognizable, and actionable relief that you need now. No workbooks. No pills. No more needless suffering. No kidding.


What’s Under His Suit? Depression and Anxiety (as featured on the PsychCentral website)

Let’s get candid about male mental health. Men don’t get a lot of compassion — not as a gender, not toward one another, and not toward ourselves. We are the more impulsive, less refined gender [...]

July 7th, 2018|0 Comments

ANXIETY: Find the Humor, Find the Cure (as featured on the ADAA website March 2018)

The first time I saw a flameless cigarette lighter anywhere but a car was on an enclosed patio wall of the Oakland psychiatric facility where my therapist had sent me due to anxiety and depression. [...]

March 6th, 2018|0 Comments

20 Pros & Cons of Social Media Use (as seen in “Success Magazine,” December 2017)

My generation grew up in an era not known for leaps in technological advances. The lack of fun, lithium-ion powered iThings forced us to engage in antiquated traditions like going outside, socializing or reading. On [...]

March 6th, 2018|0 Comments
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