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9 Tips for Writing Emails When You Live With Anxiety

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I don’t know who invented email, but I’d love to give them a piece of my mind. I swear, sending and receiving electronic messages is even more anxiety-provoking than face-to-face communication, which is already stressful enough for me despite being an extrovert.

If I could go back to mailing letters, I totally would. Unfortunately, email communication is a necessary evil for most of us, and living with an anxiety disorder can complicate messaging others even further.

However, I have come up with some “hacks” or “tips” to help make writing emails at least slightly anxiety-provoking. 1. Breathe! I know, I know — telling someone with anxiety to “just breathe” is anything but helpful.

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