This is me in front of a massive red door in Paris from 2019. I was probably feeling more anxiety than I am now.

My Journey Out of Anxiety

Recently, some immensely stressful experiences both in work and in my personal life effectively forced me to start very actively taking care of my mental and physical health. It was just not sustainable to keep functioning the way I had been, continually stressed and rushing to get the next thing completed.

I had to make sure that I was exercising, meditating, and sleeping enough every day. I also started to notice…

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Top Writer. Self-Revealing. Mental Health. Success. Fulfillment. Flow. MS Engineering/Technology. PhD Psychology. duncanriach.com

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Duncan Riach

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Top Writer. Self-Revealing. Mental Health. Success. Fulfillment. Flow. MS Engineering/Technology. PhD Psychology. duncanriach.com

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