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5 Videos (13m)
    • How to Make a Worry Log Intro

      2:17
    • Lesson 1 - What is a Worry Log

      1:18
    • Lesson 2 - Selecting Your Worry Log

      2:02
    • Lesson 3 - Setting Up Your Worry Log

      5:27
    • How to Make a Worry Log - Conclusion

      2:03

About This Class

You might think you are alone when it comes to how much you worry. I’m here to tell you, you are not! “According to the National Institute of Mental Health, around 40 million Americans have an anxiety disorder. Those people face anxiety, stress, and worry each day.”1

One of the ways you can help subside your worry is to understand where it is coming from. Understanding what is causing it could help you worry less. To understand your worry, write it down. This forces you to put into words what is literally causing you anxiety. This in itself can help break down your anxiety into smaller pieces for you to tackle.

In this class, you will learn how to create a Worry Log and how to use it.  

1. http://www.healthline.com/health/anxiety/top-iphone-android-apps

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Jessica Adanich

Artist, Designer, Author

Jessica Adanich was born and raised in northeast Ohio and is the daughter of Susan and Emery Adanich. Jessica graduated from the Cleveland Institute of Art (CIA) in 2009 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture. Her background consists of industrial design, graphic design, textiles, glass, wood and sculpture.

She battles herself with such issues as depression and anxiety, which was the inspiration for creating Journal+. Through her creative work and writing she hopes to help empower and inspire others to realize they are a wonderful, special child of God that deserves love and compassion. Depression and anxiety do not define us, they just happen to be an element. Jessica believes through practicing positive thinking and a strong faith, one can learn to fight against those inner demons.

We’re only human and being human is not easy, we’re not perfect. We have to understand AND believe that God made us each uniquely special, one of a kind human beings. God loves us unconditionally and hurts when we are so mean to ourselves with negative thinking, so we need to learn to love the work of art He made; meaning loving yourself.” – Jessica Adanich

Jessica currently resides in Cleveland, Ohio, with two English Angora rabbits, Ms. Penelope and Ms. Clementine.