Like Scye27, when I'm looking through the viewfinder of my camera at a bird or other subject, I feel nothing else; the rest of the world just melts away. It's my favorite therapy. Usually I go for walks along a creek or a hike in the woods looking for subjects. It's not only emotionally soothing, but it's the only way I can stand to get exercise because I don't feel like I'm doing exercise; I'm just doing something I love. I also am a leather worker, author, sculptor, painter, digital artist, and pretty much anything else that has a visually creative component to it. I tend to cycle through my interests, but photography is the one that really makes me totally forget that I'm anxious, and it's the one that actually gets me out of my house and being active too. I also enjoy cooking, but for some reason it seems to amp up my anxiety; I think it's because there is a time component to it that stresses me out (need to get those potatoes roasted and that chicken grilled and the vegetables sauteed and try to have them all ready at the same time... as much as I love it, it is still stress-inducing).