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Irrational Feelings

Learn how to manage irrational feelings with effective strategies available in our online courses. Read relevant articles related to struggles and lifestyle management. Take our free online assessment and see where you rank.

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General Information

Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) usually involves a persistent feeling of anxiety or dread, which can interfere with daily life. It is not the same as occasionally worrying about things or experiencing anxiety due to stressful life events. People living with GAD experience frequent anxiety for months, if not years. Not sure where you fit? Take our assessment.

Irrational Feelings are treatable struggles.
People that find the proper help can get better. Our content is designed to help you manage struggles and evaluate how you are feeling so you can track growth.


  • Feelings of Apprehension
  • Anticipating the Worst
  • Sweating or Tremors
  • Upset Stomach
  • Feeling Tense or Jumpy
  • Pounding or Racing Heart
  • Headaches
  • Excessive Urination or Diarrhea
  • Restlessness or Irritability
  • Shortness of Breath
  • Fatigue or Insomnia
  • Excessive Worrying

About Rx 4 Wholeness

Our courses are designed to teach you useful skills that help manage struggles and provide structure. Through our Rx 4 Wholeness platform, you will have access to useful tools that help you assess where you are at, find help, create routine, provide healthy outlets, and track progress. See how it works :

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Enroll in a course
Track your progress using what you have learned
Journal about your journey
Do your daily check-ins
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Articles from both Rx 4 Wholeness and the Community that deal with this struggle.

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