It’s 3 a.m. Barb is once again staring at her bedroom ceiling unable to sleep.
Her mind is racing about all the work she needs to get done. She’s worried she’s not performing well and that her job may be in jeopardy.
What will she tell her family and friends? What if she can’t find another job? How will she pay her mortgage or her kids’ tuition?
Barb is completely overwhelmed with worry.
She knows she needs help dealing with her crippling anxiety, but the nearest therapist is located an hour away in the next town. Taking three hours off of work once, let alone multiple times, to go to a therapy session is simply out of the question.
Although she may feel like it, Barb is not alone.