Worry

Are there things YOU think would/might be helpful to you if you did them, but for some reason you feel resistant to trying your idea? It could be anything but examples include: – devising a...

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Worry

August 15, 2010 | 0 Comments

Often, the “solutions” we use to try to feel happier are actually part of the problem. Here’s an example of how the solutions we use to deal with worry are part of the problem of...

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Helping Children and Teens with Depression or Anxiety Disorders is obviously a huge topic that I can’t cover in a blog post. However one of the things that parents can do (as a small but...

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Therapy for problems like addictions, eating disorders or even anxiety disorders, often utilizes a form of a pros and cons list called a Decisional Balance. A Decisional Balance involves a page divided into 4 quadrants....

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I write a lot on this blog about balanced thinking skills. The following is one easy experiment to try. Step 1: Think about something that causes you worry/anxiety. Pick a specific worry (e.g. how a...

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This post is for people who read or subscribe to my blog who might not have read all of the rest of my website (the blog is only part of the overall site – it’s...

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Difficulties with time use are common in people with high anxiety/worry, because anxiety and worry suck up a lot of time and energy. This basic activity is often useful for people with high anxiety or...

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