Many people try to help themselves. To do this, they delve into themselves, trying to find the source of the problem. Psychologists also give the following few tips.
🌟 Describe what is happening. When the unconscious paints a picture of what might happen, it tries to protect us so that we can adapt to the situation. You need to describe the situation, draw it or write it on a piece of paper in order to analyze it.
🌟 Think about the situation. The brain is very sensitive to any situation that it considers potentially dangerous. And it is important to analyze your thoughts, to think about whether you are exaggerating them.
🌟 Try to live in the present. We often rely on negative thoughts in our minds, and we cannot look at the situation realistically. You need to think about which of the events from the past may be associated with fears. Try to pay more attention to what pleases you in real life in order to feel life in fullness.
🌟 Name your fears. Feeling some kind of fear, we cannot describe it. But if we name it, then this is already part of the solution. Think about how you really feel – danger, anger, anxiety… After that, give yourself an answer to the question of whether you really want to spend time tormenting yourself.
Often, we get so caught up in fear that we focus all of our attention on it. And we can’t see anything else, switch. And it is important to try to drive away obsessive thoughts from yourself by focusing on something good.