Anxiety can be a nearly impossible mental illness to deal with on your own. It can immobilize you and stop you from doing the things you love. Whether you have social anxiety disorder or generalized anxiety disorder, it can negatively impact your life in a long list of ways.
There are plenty of medications, natural treatments, and home remedies out there that help in overcoming social anxiety disorder. However, one lesser discussed options is adopting an emotional support animal (ESA). Whether you choose a social anxiety service dog or soothing therapy cat, an ESA can help you cope with many different aspects of your mental illness.
A Sense of Purpose
One huge benefit of having an ESA is an added sense of purpose. Sometimes anxiety leads to depression and you end up feeling unmotivated and worthless. You can feel like there’s no point to your life, even wh