Can a life coach help with anxiety?

(Yes, Yes and Yes)

A life coach won’t be able to help with anxiety for you. If you are suffering from anxiety, you need to see a doctor. If your life coach is too busy helping you to deal with your anxiety you may not get the support you need.

Do I need to pay for my life coach? (Yes, No and Maybe)

No, you don’t need to pay for your life coach. We would only ask that you make a donation to a charity of your choice.

I’m worried I may hurt myself and my feelings with my life coach…

Don’t feel bad. It’s just something that happens sometimes. Maybe your life coach has given you an unrealistic target but it’s a good idea that you work towards that.

You are too worried about not getting enough people in your life…

Life coaches don’t have a target target or a goal. They are giving you the time and space to be who you are and to build relationships with that is important.

If you’re struggling with anxiety (and you really should be) and you need a life coach, it’s best to reach out to a mental health service.

But is there anything I can do myself that will make a difference?

We know the world is full of people who are struggling. It doesn’t always mean, therefore, that you will be one of them. Find people who care to listen to you and take action and you will definitely make a difference towards your own happiness.

What’s most important is building a solid foundation of support. That’s exactly what you need from your life coach. Get in touch and don’t let anxiety get to you. There are plenty of people who are more comfortable to talk to than your life coach.

To help you further with your journey with anxiety and stress you may also want to learn about Anxiety and Self Help . Get the whole idea and learn the tools of the trade .

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