Amanda Diehl, thank you from the bottom of my heart
I just wanted to thank you again for all of your help over the last year. I am so grateful that people like you exist, and think that the work you do is so wonderful.
I had almost no knowledge of anxiety or anxiety disorders a few years ago, and certainly had no idea that anxiety is such a prevalent issue in today's world. I have learned so much from you and the anxiety website, anxietycentre.com, and hope that others who experience anxiety look to anxietycentre.com for guidance.
I feel like I have come a long way in the last year, and though I know I may experience anxiety symptoms in the future, I feel I will be able to cope with them. Talking with you, Amanda Diehl, has helped me get to know myself better, and understand myself and my relationships more in a way I was not able to before.
I will do my very best to incorporate the strategies I learned as I start a new adventure. I hope I am able to help others someday the way you have helped me.
I appreciate knowing that you are there should something come up in the future, and am hopeful that I will be successful on my own in anxiety recovery.
Thank you from the bottom for my heart, and I wish you the very best.
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Authors: Jim Folk, Marilyn Folk, BScN. Last updated March 29, 2017.