Introduction Understand the EXACT process of Anxiety Panic Awarded 5 stars by UK Mental Health Foundation fear panic obsessive worry stress solution


So, in summary, once we understand the mind processes at work we will steadily understand that forcing bit - when we try so hard to work out what is happening to us. Is is 'this' which is the problem. The rest may not be pleasant as we may be intense as detailed, but our only hope of moving on and through life is to avoid fighting that tendency to react post-spike.

Then we will have a chance to edge forward and pick up the positive habit as we go along.
This has very much happened with me as I certainly have a spring in my step now and even though there will be times when I still regularly spike (with stressful thoughts)...I know not to fight against it and hold off doing that as it will be forced and unnecessary. The skill of abstaining from that temptation is there and I know also that I will get through those bad periods simply because I have allowed myself to flow through them.

Posiitve control DOES also happen but is never complete or total. Being in the moment does mean we will get more control in life but this has to be a gradual and patient process (see Ch 5 -positive control)

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