I say that because most people who read this blog are anxiety experts that stay anxious despite their impressive knowledge. All you have to do is read the comments on my most recent article to verify this.
The power of anxiety, worry, negative thinking, and hopelessness are such that no matter what you know, it’s not always enough to keep anxiety away.
What helps more, I think, is to develop an impressive knowledge base and couple that with acceptance.
Acceptance allows you to do what seems like the impossible, which is to relax your attitude toward anxiety symptoms, anxious thoughts, panic attacks, and all the rest of it.
Acceptance allows you to suspend your need to find out what happens next. It gives you the confidence to stop analyzing every aspect of your mind and body. In short, it let’s you put your guard down so you can rest.
My new eBook, The Big Idea, will show you how to do just that.
The Big Idea goes into detail about what acceptance is, how it works, and how you can use it to stop abnormal anxiety.
When I wrote my first eBook, How to Stop Anxious Thinking, I was focused on the facts.
But since then, I realized that you need to learn how to accept your abnormal anxiety just as much as you need to learn about adrenaline, the flight or flight response, or the nervous system. Acceptance is crucial.
To learn more about acceptance and my new eBook listen to my latest podcast below.