Dec 15, 2021
We understand that life can’t be plain-sailing all the time (if only!). With the pressure of balancing a career, caring for family, keeping up a social life in a volatile world, our body and minds can only handle so much. It’s normal to reach a point where you question your purpose and whether you’re actually “doing life” the way society says you should.
Although your feelings of anxiety are partly influenced by your environment, the root causes of dread and fear often stem from your own contemplations. Peer counseling for these thoughts and feelings could help you identify:
It's hard to think rationally when you're flooded with intense feelings of fear. Here are some of the most constructive and actionable ways to cope if you’re in a situation where you’re feeling anxious and fearful:
It’s becoming increasingly common to have what’s often referred to as an “existential crisis” — an experience that has people questioning several elements of their life and sense of self. This could come about as an accumulation of multiple life events that have bubbled over or been prompted by something major.
If you’re wondering how to deal with existential dread, peer counseling for anxiety and fear is a good starting point so that you can identify and empower yourself with knowledge about what’s contributing to your nervousness so that you can work towards a sustainable solution. Get in touch with the Peer Collective and choose a peer counselor with whom you can partner on your journey of healing.
We're here to help find a peer counselor that really gets you - all of you.