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Be vulnerable. Be courageous.

By Guest Blogger Rachel Gribling

Admitting you have anxiety disorder isn’t a weakness. Telling your friends you are depressed isn’t a sign of failure. Don’t let mental illness trap you into thinking you’ve lost the battle. Admitting your struggle is only just the beginning. Stay strong and be brave. Talk about it. Talk about your anxiety. Talk about your feelings of worry or hopelessness or panic. You can’t get to courage without walking through vulnerability. Be vulnerable. Be real about your struggle. Because real courage is looking fear right in the eye and saying” move out of my way, I’ve got things to do!”

So go on…you’ve got work to do.