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Doing Things Badly and ‘Worry Breaks’ Could Help You Cope

This article claims that ‘science can help you beat anxiety for good’ This is a meaningless and ridiculous statement, but beyond the hype there are some useful and interesting points they raise that can help to shine a light on just some of the ways people can get trapped in anxiety.

One of our favourites is to ‘keep someone else in mind’. A common habit for people with anxiety is to overthink about themselves. It’s useful to develop the habit of considering other people too, and how they might feel or prefer to be treated. This can really help to bring balance to a seemingly overwhelming situation.

See how many more useful things you can learn about anxiety here.

Doing things badly and ‘worry breaks’ could help you cope with anxiety

Anxiety can present as fear, restlessness or an inability to focus at work It can make it hard to fall or stay asleep or cause people to be easily irritated In social situations you might feel judged or have symptoms such as sweating One way to overcome indecision on get going on something is to ‘do it badly’ If something went wrong and you feel compelled to worry, postpone it – set aside 10 minutes each day during which you can worry about anything Do you have anxiety?

 

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