Mel Schwartz, LCSW

#018: Overcoming Anxiety

The belief that the best we can do is to cope with or manage anxiety is both wrong, irresponsible and harmful. The epidemic incidence of anxiety suggests that we are living from the wrong game plan.

Anxiety can be overcome once we learn to rethink how reality actually operates and embrace rather than avoid uncertainty.

In this episode, Mel Schwartz shares his approach for overcoming anxiety, fear and distress, which he cultivated from principles of quantum physics inspired initially by the book The Turning Point by Fritjof Capra. By learning to embrace uncertainty fear dissipates and we can become free to experience the wonders of life.

For information on Mel’s Overcoming Anxiety workshop at the 92nd St. Y on Jan. 19th, 2020, or to be notified about his upcoming online course on the subject, please contact Mel!

Want more? Watch Mel Schwartz’ TEDx talk, Breaking Free from Anxiety:

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