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How To Deal With Anxiety Without Medication-Relationships

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How To Deal With Anxiety Without Medication


Relationships is one of the most difficult things for people with chronic anxiety related issues to deal with, its not that most people with anxiety issues are difficult to get along with. The majority of people with anxiety are often very easy to get along with, one of the main problems is people with these issues are too giving and often are taken advantage of. I experienced being taken advantage of by people pretty regularly in my life, I just love to help people and often people take advantage of my giving nature.



Anxiety And Relationships


People with anxiety issues are usually very giving people, they just receive so much happiness helping others often they allow people to take advantage of them. People with these issues are very sensitive and emotional, we very easily get our feelings hurt. Often we cause ourselves to be taken advantage of by others, many times we feel we are being taken advantage of when possibly this is not actually true. We must learn how to give and take in a relationship, its not healthy to always be giving and never receiving when in  any type of relationship. Often people with these issues are prone to become depressed easier and quicker from emotional disappointment then people without these issues, it is a must to learn how to deal with these issues  before you are able to maintain a healthy relationship.



Common Relationship Problems


Common relationship problems in such a relationship is anyone living with anxiety issues is a very sensitive and emotional person, even when the other person is very understanding and caring there can be misunderstandings at times. Stress of any kind is the main trigger for problems in any relationship, but one with these issues is even more vulnerable to stress to cause major problems from time to time. When both people have these issues maintaining a healthy relationship is even more of a challenge.


How To Maintain A Relationship


Maintaining a relationship when one or both people experience anxiety issues is a challenge, the main reason for this is when one or both people become hurt emotionally they usually stop communicating with one another . One or both people become silent and isolate, keeping their feelings inside is the biggest mistake in a relationship. It is much better to bring your feelings out in the open, but in a nice adult way. You should not blame the other person, but share what is bothering you and how you feel. Many times the other person has no clue what is going on with you, communication is the key to any healthy relationship but even more when anxiety issues are involved.



How To Get Over A Broken Heart


Most of the time when there is a problem in any relationship one or both people has had their heart broken, as we all know it takes time for a broken heart to heal. Communication is a must to avoid such emotional problems in a relationship, arguing is one thing  but when hearts are truly broken the damage does not heal so quickly. Many times a broken heart is what is the cause of a permanent break up in a relationship, when people can not communicate with one another they grow apart and the farther they grow apart the more chances they will eventually break up and possibly for good. Many relationships have ended because of misunderstandings which has built up over time, you must make a great effort to solve any problems which arise in your relationships if you do not wish to lose this relationship possibly for the rest of your lives.



Final Thoughts


I have struggled with my anxiety issues all my life, very few friends in school due to my anxiety. Everyone seemed to like me, but I could not allow myself to get close to anyone in fear of being hurt. I managed to get married and have three grown up sons now, my ex left me many years ago when my anxiety became the most severe. I did love my sons and my wife with all my heart, but my anxiety pushed us apart, I do have contact with my sons without any problems today. After over 10 years since my divorce, even though I am functioning very well with my anxiety I still protect myself from getting close to anyone. I am writing these articles and sharing these products because I do not wish for you to end up living the life I am living, at the age of 57 years old I live alone in my 2 bedroom home with my dog as my one and only companion. I highly recommend if your experiencing similar issues in your relationships give the natural herbal supplement which has helped me with my anxiety issues, believe me you do not want to end up 57 years old alone like me.

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  • Julius says:


    I really appreciate your work. It seems that you really want to help people and I really respect that. Anxiety can be a real problem. Especially when it comes to a relationship. The Interpersonal Problems looks like exactly what I need. I’ll definitely consider buying it.

    Thank you!


    • admin says:

      Thank You Julius

      I thank you for reading my article today, everyone can use some extra assistance with their relationships. We often get so wrapped up in our own stuff we lack our attention to the people in our relationships, communicate more often and more intense will improve your relationships more then you realize


  • swangirl says:

    This is information that is useful to so many people. I think many people suffer from depression or anxiety or other conditions and don’t even know it.

    I get anxiety myself and I am the person that feels like they help others endlessly and don’t get much in return. I am learning to say no more and take care of myself. I do not have endless time and energy for one way relationships. I have many health problems and have learned that I had undiagnosed nutritional deficiencies. I feel much better now with supplementation but I still need to take care of myself and not overdue it.

    This is great information to share with the world. Good job!


    • admin says:

      Thank You Jessica

      Your comment is very welcomed, I understand I often over do for others myself and do not take as good care of myself as I should. Right now I am struggling as well with my health, but some how I find enough energy to keep writing my articles to share with you.

      A healthy balance is a must for people like us, supplementation is a must I am happy your taking some supplements the extra nutrients will help you deal with the things in your life much easier. Most high anxiety people have unexplained nutrient deficiency, supplements are the answer but I recommend going with all natural herbal supplements for the best results and less side effects.

      Best of Luck Jessica


      • Jessica says:

        Thanks Jeff.
        I take B vitamins, D, magnesium and others. Magnesium is vital to anyone under stress. This could be physical stress from illness or injury or mental stress. Your body burns through high amounts of magnesium when stressed. If there is not enough in the blood, your body can leach it from your bones! This is why blood tests are useless, but most western medical practitioners don’t even know this as they aren’t taught about nutrition.

        Anyone with depression or stress could benefit from magnesium supplementation. You do not even have to take it orally. You can use lotions or even soak in a bath with Epsom Salts.


        • Jeff says:

          Thank You Jessica

          I appreciate your comment on Magnesium, your information is very interesting
          I am sure my other readers appreciate you sharing this with them

  • Steven says:

    I suffer from anxiety and it’s really hard on my fiancee, certain things I just won’t do.

    Social gatherings very rarely I prefer one on one with people I don’t know why or what causes.

    I think my depression plays a part in it but I work myself up over things that aren’t normal.

    Which book would you recommend for my situation

    • admin says:

      Thank You Steven

      You are very lucky your finance is understanding and supporting, I had the very same problem and still do to a lesser extent today. People with anxiety are introverts, they are not party people and like you prefer one on one interaction with people.

      I recommend you start with the book for couples on couple skills, but for your social anxiety you really should check my book shop on my webssite

      Do a search for “Overcoming Social Anxiety”

      To overcome this you will need to start out with very small group social interaction regularly, maybe you and your sweetheart can find a support group or some type of social group to attend together. This would be a very good start for you, having your sweetheart with you will help a great deal. Feel free to contact me for more info if you desire at

      Thank You


  • Sophie says:

    Hi Jeff, I appriciate your work on helping others to learn to manage living with anxiety and depression. I worked in mental health professionally much of my life and I have dealth with these same issues personally. The best solution that I have found for these symptms were mindfulness based interventions. Have you ever heard of these? Also there is some really good stuff coming out of positive psychology. I just thought I would share these thoughts, incase you are interested.

    Peace to you, Sophie

    • admin says:

      Thank You Sophie

      I appreciate you sharing with me Sophie today, I am always interested in learning new ways to cope with anxiety. I will research further mindfulness based interventions, I do have some experience with mindfulness in some areas through group therapy in the past.


  • Sophie says:

    Thanks Jeff, it’s great to keep an open mind. That’s one of my personal choices for healing because I find that when I close myself off, I miss out on some awesome things.

    Wishing Peace in the Ever Present Now, Sophie.

    • Jeff says:

      Thank You Sophie

      I am always open to new methods to help others and myself with my anxiety issues,
      feel free to share anything which might help my readers or myself at any time.

  • DrSarahBrewer says:

    Generalised anxiety disorder is more common than people think. Most of us experience anxiety at times but when it is constantly present it grinds you down. Some herbal remedies that my patients have found helpful include valerian and chamomile. One study found that chamomile tea reduced anxiety enough to promote sleep even in patients about to undergo heart surgery!

    • admin says:

      Thank You Dr Brewer

      I am always happy to hear from you, you always share such good natural ways to help my readers with their anxiety problems. I also have experienced myself gluten to keep me more anxious and not able to sleep well, I would be interested in your thoughts on this experience.


  • Barbra says:

    I suffer from anxiety and depression as well and understand the struggle all to well. I will later come to find out the source of my anxiety was my ex husband. He wasn’t very good to me and damaged me severly. I have since learned how to cope and mange my anxiety so I can live a full, normal life. I love it how you wrote about relationships and anxiety. As some can be strained because of one person’s issue another might be source of it all together. Thank you for letting people who suffer they are not alone.

    • admin says:

      Thank You Barbara

      We are not alone there is an epidemic in anxiety related problems today, adding nutrients to your diet through a all natural supplement is one option. I too have recovered a great deal since my divorce over 10 years ago, I never realized how much my ex also was causing my anxiety until she abandoned me one day.


  • Rodney says:

    Hi there Celiacman,

    This is a very helpful post on a very important subject. Your personal experience with people taking advantage of you will resonates with many people out there. I believe readers will also appreciate the help you offer on your site. You also offer good tips to those who are broken hearten. Thanks again

    • admin says:

      Thank You Rodney

      I appreciate your comment and reading my article, I do hope my articles are helping people with similar problems as I faced in my past.


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