Crush your anxiety by getting in touch with your feelings

Have you ever felt stressed and anxious without any apparent reason?

You’re just sitting calmly, and a tornado of negative emotions suddenly hits you.

That’s the moment when you should stop everything you do, and think about why are you feeling this way.

Instead of letting the anxiety take over, you should try to step out of your body and look at yourself as you’re looking at another person. As if a close friend of yours needs your help and advice.

What you need to do at that moment is to somehow explain to yourself why all of this is happening to you. Take a few deep breaths, and ask yourself what is truly bothering you. It may take a while, but you will surely find all the answers within you.

Even if you don’t believe it now, this little internal monologue could entirely change your life.

You will feel relieved. All the anxiousness will slowly fade away. In this moment of full consciousness, you could not only experience your emotions, but you could also observe them.

In that faithful moment, you will truly understand that these negative emotions you are feeling do not define you.

You are not made of sadness and pain. You are made of magic. That’s why you should never feel sorry for yourself or drag yourself down by getting lost in this anxiousness.

Allow yourself to fully experience the soothing relief of understanding your own emotions.

Even though there would be times when you will feel the anxiety bursting into your mind, you will no longer let it control your whole life.

You will finally be free.

But in order to be free, you first need to genuinely feel your feelings and understand why you experience them. Next time you feel overwhelmed by all these negative emotions, take a deep breath, step aside, and observe the situation. Find the core reasons of why you are feeling this way. Understanding the reasons is the first step to overcoming the emotional pain you’re experiencing.

Undoubtedly, you will soon realize that most of what you do follows a certain pattern. Even the way you feel about things. Once you see that, you will be able to look at the world around you clearly and without any false expectations.

Moreover, you will stop the vicious cycle of feeling down and then judging yourself about feeling this way…

And then being anxious again, because now you feel sorry for yourself for bringing yourself down about insignificant things. You get what I’m saying.

Remember this: You are not made of hopelessness and melancholy. Those are just feelings that come and go. They do not define you as a person. So get in touch with your feelings and kiss your anxiety goodbye.

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