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Christel B. D’Agostino, MSW, LCSW-R, CtH

To be on time for any kind of performance may be crucial to reduce anxiety
about the upcoming event regardless of its nature.

– If you were too late for an important exam, would it influence the test result?
– If you were not given the allotted time for a presentation, would you be anxious, unsure how to achieve the same impact as you would have otherwise? There are many different scenarios that test our stamina how to handle stress and performance anxiety combined.

Getting stuck in traffic is outside of our control, but may trigger our anxieties already before we arrive at the designated place. We might not even have the time to practice our few tricks to lower performance anxiety, while we experience this overload of anxiety about arriving late and our performance. How will we handle it?

One way to master situations like this, would be to transmute our emotions in a minute or two. The upcoming CD “Restore the Vibrant You” will show you how to do this.

If you want to be one of the first ones to listen to the CD please fill in your name and email so we can inform you when the CD is coming out.