Anxietymental healthWhat is generalised anxiety disorder?

November 21, 2019by makewellg0


Generalised anxiety disorder is a serotonin imbalance and a mental health disorder ….. this is the medical story for anxiety. A story told by many Doctors, globally.

A story told by GP Dr Rosemary Leonard in Decembers issue of Women and Home, in response to a readers request for help with anxiety.

Could there be a different narrative?

There is nothing, anywhere to suggest the serotonin theory of anxiety is true.  Let alone testing to prove this.  There is only a journal full of disorders – the DSM, a journal used by psychiatry who have no way to prove the disorders they claim to be true.

During a recent workshop, I suggested that those who have learned theories from books don’t necessarily have the whole picture.  This triggered someone massively – how could i question authority? a professional?

My advice to you is this – connect to yourself and trust your own intuition.  If there is a better story, a more empowering story that sets you free from these limiting ideas, choose that.

At the very least educate yourself and make an informed decision, rather than blindly following this limiting story on anxiety.


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Kelly Niven

As we enter 2020 a recurring theme has come up in my classes and coaching conversations....

Listening to and using your voice.

Two conversations made me reflect as 2019 came to a close.

The first, a lady who is healing from a mental health diagnosis. She had a bad experienced going to a one day workshop where the popular coach claimed you could heal in a day.

Throughout the day, there were red flags. Her voice said no.

The second conversation was with a lady who spent many years in an unethical relationship with her therapist who mis-used his power. The flags appeared early on, however, it was many years before she was able to listen to this voice and use it to say no more.

In October, when I spoke at The Body and Soul Fayre, I was asked by someone looking to heal, what books they should read or what teachers they should listen to.

I told him, as much as I would love to advise, I was unable to do so. You see, every book or teacher has been placed on my path at the right time, to help ME move forward.

Every book or teacher will be placed on your path to as you look to go deeper and heal. You can listen to recommendations, however, only you will know if is right or not.

In the conversations mentioned above, there are clearly some individuals who claim to be healers who are misinformed or not acting ethically. How do you know who to listen to?

The red flags. The ladies above were both aware of the red flags. The feeling something wasn't right. Their voice. The first lady trusted her intuition instantly, the second got there eventually.

From listening to some astrologers who I respect, we have some big transitions in 2020. I will continue to use my voice to heal and I will share more on this page and my blog to help you do the same. 💛

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