- Date posted
- 445d ago
1. It purposely causes you anxiety when you bring it upon yourself. 2. You eventually catch yourself having moments, then lapses, then yours of your day that you didn’t think about it (be careful of a back door spike tho) 3. Soon you get sick of doing it over and over because you’ve found other things to focus your attention on.
How do I know if it’s to much?
What do you mean exactly?
@Recoverer I just mean if what I’m doing is to hard
@Idontknowausername That’s the point, you gotta keep challenging the thoughts and anxiety yourself so you become sick of obsessing over it. It’s not a quick fix sadly, as you, this whole community, and myself wish it was. You may feel better after doing it once, or it could take a little while, or it may take more time. But the more you become accustomed to doing it and remembering deep down who you are, it eventually phases into the back of your head to the point you can manage it. You got this, I’m currently struggling myself but you’ve this entire community behind you and we all support each other and we will all get through this.