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Famous People Who Manage Anxiety Problems

May 26th, 2010

Do Famous People Suffer Anxiety Like I Do?

Just because you struggle with anxiety it doesn’t mean you cannot be successful in your life and profession. Over the years there have been many people who struggle with anxiety disorder who have become the best in their field.

What a lot of people don’t realize is that many times its the struggle that causes them to be great. Sometimes in life we can see these celebrities and think “they don’t have the same issues I have” and of course they do.

List Of Famous People Who Manage Anxiety Problems

Just have a look at the list of names below and think about what they have still managed to achieve. You may be surprised at some of the names listed.

Naomi Judd (singer)
Nicholas Cage (actor)
Nicole Kidman (actress)
Nikola Tesla (inventor)
Olivia Hussey (actress)
Oprah Winfrey (host)
Pete Harnisch (baseball)
Ray Charles (musician)
Robert Burns (poet)
Robert McFarlane (former National Security Advisor – U.S.)
Robin Quivers (radio host)
Roseanne Barr (comedian)
Sally Field (actress)
Sam Shepard (playwright)
Shecky Greene (comedian)
Sheryl Crow (musician)
Sigmund Freud (psychiatrist)
Sir Isaac Newton (scientist)
Sir Laurence Olivier (actor)
Sissy Spacek (actress)
Susan Powter (tv host)
Tom Snyder (host)
Tony Dow (actor director)
W.B. Yeats (poet)
Willard Scott (weatherman)
Winona Ryder (actress)

As you can see you are not alone in this, and whats more you are probably more likely to be successful in life because of your anxiety issues. You just need some “tools” to help you manage things.

There are many links (down the right hand side of this site) that you are welcome to click on, to help you find the tools you need.

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