New Stress Management Website Launched to Help People with Anxiety and Stress Relief is a growing project, geared to help tens of millions of Americans with anxiety and stress

LOS ANGELES, CA, July 2, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ( -- A new website,, has recently launched to aid and support the millions of Americans with stress management and anxiety issues. The growing project is currently a blog, but will blossom into an extraordinary venture in the coming months.

"A rock is steady and solid, which are two characteristics that many Americans wish to incorporate in their core lifestyle," said Mirna Bard, founder of "No one should have to fight stress and anxiety alone.  Getting the proper support, learning about coping methods, and taking care of one's body, mind, and soul are lifelong needs.  With this website, you can start to focus your energies into coping methods for anxiety relief and discover ways to relax more, stress less and make every day an enjoyable one." 

According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA), anxiety disorders are the most common disorders in the United States, such as obsessive compulsive disorders (OCD), panic disorders, and social anxiety.  There are over 45 million Americans who suffer from anxiety disorders, and stress is known to cause 60% of illness and disease.  Although primarily targets people with chronic stress or anxiety issues, Bard intends to make the website include resources for many other people who wish to have less stressful, happier lives. 

"yourRock is a friendly, empowering and serene platform that provides plenty of support in a kind, caring fashion," said Bard.  "My mission is to create a special tool and resource I sought during my own struggle with anxiety, as well as eliminate the stigma around mental health by promoting my own experience with anxiety in an effort to help millions of sufferers, just like me.  I want to inspire people -- especially anxiety and stress sufferers -- to relax more, struggle less and regain freedom to live happy, productive lives."

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