Jason Ashley Wright, World Scene: Rebeka Radcliff struggled with anxiety for a long time.
She started running marathons to try to manage it. The long distances helped, she said, but it wasn’t enough.
“I would go for a run, feel relaxed for a few hours or even for the rest of the day, but then the anxiety would be back again,” Radcliff said.
Eventually, she realized that running couldn’t be her ultimate anxiety solution. She didn’t feel it was severe enough to warrant medication, and she believed there was a way to use mind over matter to manage it.
Then, she became pregnant …