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Re: Panic attacks *because* of therapy?

Posted by Still Hurting on January 4, 2004, at 21:02:27

In reply to Re: Panic attacks *because* of therapy? Still Hurting, posted by All Done on January 4, 2004, at 3:40:25

To counteract thoughts that bring about anxiety what you do is recognize the anxious thought but then tell yourself the complete opposite.
For example if a thought tells you that you are stupid, then reverse it with "I am smart".
If a thought tells you that no one loves you, counteract the thought with "I am pleasing and lovable". If a thought tells you that you will fail, tell yourself "Everything I touch turns to gold". Replace past belief systems of yourself with a positive new one.
I wish you well. It takes a lot of work. It even takes listening to your subconscience. Train yourself daily to defeat your past thought patterns with a great new one. One that will bring you peace and life.




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