Pittsburgh Professional Women is pleased to present:
- Are you a chronic worrier?
- Have the global pandemic, racial tensions and the upcoming election caused you to worry more than usual?
- Do you have a child that is a worrier?
- Are your worries keeping you from eating, sleeping or getting your work done?
Worry and anxiety can be helpful in the right situations. If you are getting ready to speak on a big stage or studying for a certification, worry can get you focused and help you to do your best.
Today, though, children and adults are experiencing excessive worry while constantly wondering about "what might happen."
Join us on Friday, December 11th for this online chat with Tracie O'Neil, Traditional Naturopath and Medical Intuitive. She'll be letting us know just how dangerous chronic worry can be to your health and practical ways you can improve your thoughts and your health. Don't want to wait until December? Connect with Tracie here.
If you are feeling constantly worried, it's important to ask for help. YOU ARE NOT ALONE. Ask help from friends, family, doctor, therapist or employee assistance program. Pittsburgh Professional Women has a number of mental health professionals who can help with anxiety, worry, grief, trauma, PTSD, etc. Do a search for counseling, therapy, wellness, coaching, therapist, naturopath here.
Educated leaders are empowered leaders. During this difficult time of living and working while in quarantine Pittsburgh Professional Women online events are open to all professionals at no charge, regardless of membership. Please invite anyone who may benefit.