Because I didn't make my post clear, it is in error. I was addressing individuals who could find no organic reason or physical trauma to explain their anxiety.
However, I do not believe that the orignal post is "foolish," by an stretch of the imagination, nor should it be "ignored."
There are people out there that, for whatever reason, are unable to address past traumas, process the emotions, and manage the anxiety. Those people are the ones that go from counselor to counselor, take one medication after another, begin one protocol and then abandon it because it wasn't an instant cure, and it might be helpful for those individuals to know that management of anxiety requires work. It requires practice. And, it requires acceptance of certain facts.