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Re: Origin of anxiety

Posted by Daisym on August 12, 2005, at 15:17:58

In reply to Origin of anxiety, posted by Shortelise on August 12, 2005, at 11:03:19

With my son we tried the "it could be" approach.

As in:

I have a stomach ache because I ate something that disagreed with me.

Or it could be, that I'm getting sick.

Or it could be, that I stayed up too late.

Or it could be, that I got cold
Or it could be that I broke a rule by staying up too late because I couldn't sleep because I was cold because I played in the water at the park.
hmmm -- I broke a rule, yeah, that is anxiety provoking.

It is old fashion stream of consciousness thinking. Writing helps me, talking helps him.

I hate to be anxious! I'd rather be sad!




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