I got really irritated today. I bought this anxiety program a while ago, tapes and a workbook type of thing that guaranteed to help with anxiety, and obsessive thinking, as I really didn't follow through with the program methodically, the way I should have, it did help lower the edge and shed light to the darkness. The program staff call once in a while to see how you feel, well anyway, they recommended a coaching program over the phone that cost $2,000 for 14 sessions. I don't understand why , if someone claims to have a guaranteed "cure", and btw that's what they did claim, because they themselves have gone through this then why make it available to those who can afford it, what about the ones who struggle to put food on their tables? I told the staff member, "You know what I would do if I went through this program and it did "cure the anxiety", I would go online to the support groups and give away the info for free, because if you truly want to HELP people with tried and true information, then you should want to do it for free. This information is not something you go to college for. It's a life lesson experienced on your own skin, wouldn't you want to help as many people as you can, I don't know, I just got so angry. She replied with, "yea, in a perfect world", to which I replied, "isn't that what we're trying to create"? Otherwise noone would even try.
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