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How To Tame Your Anxious Mind


Our humanness dictates our varied perceptions, evaluations, judgments, and expectations. These develop over time based on our physiology, history, and experiences. For some people, they perseverate or hyper-focus and complain that “they can’t get their mind off of ___.” Others overthink things and can’t stop “but-ing” themselves,

3 thoughts on “How To Tame Your Anxious Mind

  • April 9, 2018 at 4:52 am

    Too much knowledge thanks …

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  • April 9, 2018 at 9:32 pm

    My whole life I heard my father say things like ” I could lose my job ” … ” They could find out that industry I’m in causes cancer and it would close ” … ” The business could fail ” …” How can that business succeed just selling that one product “… ” Your business could fail.” …” Trust nobody.” …”The stock market could crash.”… ” You got to sell a lot items to pay the rent ” …” Four out five business fail ” Some people shouldn’t have kids.

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  • April 18, 2018 at 8:43 am

    It occurred to me some time ago how I being a very shy scared person, try to buy security. It comes out in various ways like quickly agreeing and saying things that I know the other person champions or holds dear. Then I’m safe from attack. There must be some genetic roots because I was born a skinny guy. Later I realized that when a doctor said ‘you have small bones but you have good muscle definition.’ I go to the gym now and have a great build. Then judging by peoples’ comments I’m good looking and have a perfect voice for radio. Sexy and mellow by other peoples words. So maybe I shouldn’t have an inferiority complex but I do or did. Your article is good to read. I’m working on lucid dreaming and dream incubation because from that you tap into your subconscious and can make lasting changes much better than you can in waking reality reading stuff.

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