Worried about
being worried?

If your “what if” questions have their own questions, it’s time to talk to someone.

If people tell you that you are a nervous Nellie you may be actually worrying your life away. Excessive worry affects more than just your mental health, it can also cause problems with your physical well-being. As a result, it is very important to find help if you think you may have a problem.

Symptoms of excessive worry include:

  • Problems with your job, activities, or social life
  • Tending to expect the worst
  • Avoiding situations that make you anxious
  • Stomach problems, nausea, and diarrhea
  • An inability to tolerate uncertainty
  • Inability to relax, enjoy quiet time, or be alone
  • Having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep

Consequently, if you think you or someone you love may worry excessively, find help and hope by contacting one of the organizations below.

Hill Country MHDD(830) 620-6221visit siteClinical services to promote independence and recovery in adults and children with mental health symptoms.
NBCM-Oakwood Counseling(830) 627-7006visit siteLicensed, professional counseling and support groups.
NB Door of Hope Counseling Center(830) 632-5039visit siteReduced fee, Christian-based counseling services to the New Braunfels community from mental health professionals.
River City Advocacy(830) 643-0200visit siteSupport groups, life skills workshops and professional counseling for individuals and families.
STEPS(830) 391-9055visit siteCombat poverty through education, empowerment, and accountability by sharing the love of Christ through high quality mentoring services that offer real life solutions.
One in Five Minds(210) 616-0300visit site