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How to break the cycle of fear and anxiety

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I suffered from crippling anxiety for over 10 years. I was stuck in a prison of my own making. Watching other people live, laugh, love and grow but too scared to participate.

I was terrified by every aspect of life. ​Horrified that the traumas of my past would catch up with me, petrified by the terrors lurking in the present and dreading an unknown future.

I was a mere shadow of my former self. I felt pathetic, weak and worthless. My quality of life was terrible and sometimes life as it was didn’t feel worth living.

But I managed to work through it. Panic and anxiety are no longer parts of my life. I am free to make my own choices without compromise. I am free.

And today I want to share with you my most beloved exercise. It was the first and fundamental step in my escape from the clutches of fear. If you only did one thing to overcome your anxiety, this is the one I’d recommend!

Simply because it breaks the “cycle of fear”. Read more…

I suffered from crippling anxiety for over 10 years. I was stuck in a prison of my own making. Watching other people live, laugh, love and grow but too scared to participate. I was terrified by every aspect of life. ​Horrified that the traumas of my past would catch up with me, petrified by the terrors lurking in the present and dreading an unknown future. I was a mere shadow of my former self. I felt pathetic, weak and worthless. My quality of life was terrible and sometimes life as it was didn’t feel worth living. But I managed to work through it. Panic and anxiety are no longer parts of my life. I am free to make my own choices without compromise. I am free. And today I want to share with you my most beloved exercise. It was the first and fundamental step in my escape from the clutches of fear. If you only did one thing to overcome your anxiety, this is the one I’d recommend! Simply because it breaks the “cycle of fear”. Read more...

Score from the experts at Killer Infographics

Visual Communication - 50%
Design - 60%
Content/Script - 65%
Usability - 70%

61%

Final Grade

This design talks about fear and anxiety: how they impact your life and how you might reduce that impact. It uses information about chakras to explain this impact. While the colorful imagery of different chakras is visually engaging, only 2 of the chakras are specifically addressed, which could leave some readers wondering what the other chakras are. In addition, the red triangles and green bar/green triangle seem to be related, but it's not really explained how the Brow Energy and Root Energy go from High/Low to Right/Right, as opposed to Low/High to High/Low the way the Emotional Balance and Fear triangle does. Since they aren't immediately near each other on the design this also adds to the confusion. The copy is in long paragraph form, which is a bit too long for a successful infographic. In all we'd give this a D.

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