For some people who experience symptoms of anxiety, it can feel like an all consuming tug of war with their own internal monster.
The monster, in this instance, represents your...
- anxious thoughts
- your concerns
- your “worst case scenarios”
How physically and mentally exhausting must it be to constantly be fighting against your own thoughts?
But what might happen if you drop the rope?
Imagine how freeing that would feel!
When you notice yourself fighting with your thoughts, acknowledge that you’re in a battle of tug of war, and choose to let go of the rope.
If you are needing support to manage your anxious thoughts, please contact our clinic to book in an appointment
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