The 7-Day Anxiety Detox E-Series is Here!

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Anxiety is real.

Always fearing the worst that could happen.
Struggling to grasp peace of mind.
Overthinking.
The insecurity that rules your relationship.
And the battle to trust God through it all.

It’s so easy to accept our anxious thoughts as truth because they feel real. Separating what we feel can seem impossible in the moment. Our faith is choked out by fear. Our reality is shaped by this fear. It soon becomes our natural response. And we begin to wonder how we’ve lost ourselves to our own minds.

Obsessive over-thinking and ruminating on fears to the point that it disturbs your everyday well-being, are a very common reality if you’re struggling with anxiety.

And the truth is, it can happen to anybody.

It’s happened to me.

From the outside looking in, many might think a mental disturbance, like anxiety, is something you can just get over. Something you can pray away or snap out of. It’s true, prayer is a necessary factor. But for many who truly struggle with serious anxiety, it actually takes learning how to reshape your thoughts. The Bible calls us to renew our minds (Ephesians 4:23, Romans 12:2). 

But how do we do that?

This is where Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) can provide assistance. CBT is a therapy tailored specifically to help change unhealthy patterns of thinking or behavior into a restored, healthy mindset.

I’ve created this e-series because I wanted to provide others with the same therapies and spiritual foundation that I’ve studied, and that has helped see me through the grips of my own anxiety.

Yes, recovery is possible for you.

And no, your life does not have to be held captive by fear anymore.

This 7-day detox is designed to help restore a healthy, biblical mindset by walking through your thoughts, exchanging fear with faith and providing practical tips for maintaining a sound mind.

How this 7-Day Detox is designed to help you.

Each day, for the next week, you will receive a devotional on what the scriptures say about combatting anxiety. These devotionals also integrate practical self-help therapies from the Cognitive Behavioral perspective to make it useful for you. It’s great to be inspired but it’s helpful when you can apply it. So you will have real tools for real life.

My goals for you:

  • To gain a personal understanding of how anxiety is operating in your life.
  • To release and renew your mind through the healing truth of God’s word.
  • To take away practical coping methods for daily self-therapy.Anxiety Guide Ad (2)
  • To aid your recovery process and equip you with further resources.

This Includes:

  • Self-Therapy Guides for journaling through anxiety.
  • A list of resources including how to find a Christian Counselor near you.
  • A 21 Day Mental Wellness calendar with daily practices for spiritual growth, self-care and mental health.
  • and more!

We are going to destroy this stronghold.

Are you ready to kiss anxiety good-bye and reclaim your life?! Let’s do it!

Sign up below to begin today.

Sign up to begin your 7-Day Anxiety Detox ASAP!

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Hi friend, Im Brittney and Im so glad youre here! Im a Los Angeles-based author, content creator, podcast host, wife to Jason and mama to Austin. And Ive been blogging here for the past 10 years! As a graduate of psychology and research at UCLA, I help to reduce stigma and assist with helpful information at the intersection of mental health and faith, with some fun lifestyle tips along the way. So lets dive in!

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12 Comments

  1. twowaystreet wrote:

    Hi Brittney,
    Is this still available? I’d like to sign up for it but it’s not sending me the link when I enter my email address and first name 🙂

    Posted 8.8.17 Reply
    • Hello! It absolutely is. I would advise possibly checking your spam and worse comes to worst, feel free to email me at brittneyamoses@gmail.com and I’ll add you manually myself =) Thanks for joining me!

      Posted 8.8.17 Reply
  2. Kristi Kay May wrote:

    This won’t let me register

    Posted 8.20.17 Reply
  3. Christina wrote:

    Thank you so much for writing this. I had not wanted to confirm that I was the issue with insecurities but in really wanting to salvage my current relationship I made the decision to really look into the deeper issues. I have experienced a very heartbreaking betrayal before and its now coming back to haunt me. I loved reading your piece and it made me feel so much better about dealing with this. I feel like its a recovery process and I’m so grateful for people like you who write on these experiences.

    Posted 7.13.18 Reply
  4. Hi Tim, thanks for joining me for the detox and for offering your thoughts here. I understand what you’re saying because throughout our life there will be ups and downs of trusting God. We’re human and it’s unrealistic for us to assume perfect faith. I’m very open about that in my own struggle and proceed to talk about the ongoing battle and more about this in day 7. What I’m saying in day 3 is intended for the momentary thought. Reminding ourselves in these moments when things are out of our control that we either are or aren’t trusting God with the situation and hopefully that we will choose faith over fear. I hope that clarifies the intention of this post. Thanks again Tim, appreciate your thoughts.

    Posted 8.6.18 Reply
  5. Louise Kay Amix Schmaling wrote:

    Is this still on going now ?

    Posted 10.8.18 Reply
  6. Hi Tany! I just reformatted the link so it should work. If not, let me know and I will subscribe you to the plan personally =) Thank you for your patience and interest!

    Posted 10.10.18 Reply
  7. Hi Joyah! I just reformatted the link so it should work. If not, let me know and I will subscribe you to the plan personally =) Thank you for your patience and interest!

    Posted 10.10.18 Reply
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