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A Focus Series

Anxiety

What you need to know to feel equipped to live with your anxiety or help a loved one who struggles
Inside this Series

We all get stressed at times, and we all deal with varying degrees of anxiety, but some of us carry a heavier burden of ongoing and seemingly unrelenting anxiety that can be difficult to understand and navigate.

Anxiety, like any other health condition, is not a character defect nor is it something to feel shame over. We may not choose to have it, but we can choose to manage it and learn to live well.

If you or someone you know is struggling with anxiety, we are here for you. Contact our team of registered counsellors for a free, one-time phone consultation and/or get a referral to a counsellor in your area who can help you find a way forward. Call 1.800.661.9800 Mondays to Fridays, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. to book your consultation, get a resource recommendation or receive prayer from our caring and compassionate staff team.


Understanding anxiety


Living with anxiety


Dealing with you or your spouse’s anxiety


Anxiety as a parent

Broadcasts

“Assuring Moms in Their Parenting Journey” with Dannah Gresh

“Letting Go of Perfect” with Jill Savage


COVID-related anxiety


Referrals

If you’re looking for additional support, we encourage you to look at the help offered by Anxiety Canada and Sanctuary Mental Health Ministries. You can also contact our care and counselling team to speak to one of our in-house counsellors or get connected to a registered counsellor in your area. Call us at 1.800.661.9800 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. PT and ask to speak with the care associate.


Since anxiety and depression often go hand in hand, check out this series page for additional help: