Want to know the secret to recovering from abnormal anxiety?
It’s obvious right?
It’s so obvious that you’ve completely ignored it.
The secret is having a solid plan for recovery.
It doesn’t matter if you experience high anxiety twice a month or twice a day, if you don’t create a plan nothing will ever change.
You might get a break every now and then but as soon as life gets stupid you can easily find yourself in a state of anxious misery.
You probably hope that your emergency internet research will suffice but how far has that gotten you?
People usually have a hard time recovering from abnormal anxiety because they have become conditioned by fear.
This causes people to respond to anxiety, physical symptoms, and worry in a shockingly ineffective and limited way.
This is why developing a recovery plan is so important. It brings reason back into the picture.
Let’s be honest, right now a lot of the stuff you do is irrational.
You’re probably just doing a bunch of random learning, reassurance seeking and cycling between semi-calm and utter panic.
It’s time for change. The problem of course is that change is hard.
Change also happens in stages that have nothing to do with squeezing your eyes tight and hoping for the best.
It has more to do with creating a clear plan of recovery and sticking to it.
So how do you make a good plan of recovery? What are the steps?
In today’s episode of The Anxiety Guru Show I’ll tell you exactly what they are.