Written by A. Pawlowski.
Life would be so much different without a wall of worry in the way.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, bringing attention to the one in five Americans who experiences a mental health condition. For many people, the overwhelming problem is constant worry — with some 42 million adults living with anxiety disorders, the National Alliance on Mental Illness estimates.
Amber Rae, a speaker and artist in New York, can relate.
“One day, I realized I had an invisible terrible someone inside my head shouting things at me all the time. I started to get curious about what that voice was and realized I was dealing with a lot of worry,” Rae, author of the new book, “Choose Wonder Over Worry: Move Beyond Fear and Doubt to Unlock Your Full Potential,” told TODAY.
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