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Made possible by the generous support of Milestone Foundation, the first three videos of what will be a four-part series showcases the journeys of people who have lived experience of anxiety, family and friends as supporters, education about anxiety and ideas on how to increase resilience and wellbeing.
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Keen cook, Anxiety Helpline volunteer and psychology student Tiffany share's her experience with anxiety. Tiffany is well on her way in her healing process, and this short film will hopefully inspire you to seek help too. This video was made possible by the generous support of Milestone Foundation and creative inspiration from EdenArts Club. Chinese subtitles are available. 中文字幕可用.
Christy supports friends and families who are experiencing the impacts of an anxiety disorder. She is also a keen climber, Anxiety New Zealand Helpline volunteer and is studying psychology. Filmed with kind support from the team at Vertical Adventures indoor climbing, Glen Eden. This video was made possible by the generous support of Milestone Foundation and creative inspiration from EdenArts Club. Chinese subtitles are available. 中文字幕可用.
Tia has been experiencing an anxiety disorder for two years. But after seeking help, is now able to manage her anxiety and live a full and happy life. She loves photography, is an Anxiety New Zealand Helpline volunteer and studies psychology. This video was made possible by the generous support of Milestone Foundation and creative inspiration from Eden Arts Club. Chinese subtitles are available. 中文字幕可用.
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Family man and musician Peter shares his journey from a life dominated by anxiety, to one where he understands his condition, manages it and learns to live beyond it – even seeing it as a positive force for his musical creativity.