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67: In today’s solo episode, I’m sharing details on my personal journey with therapy—how/why I started it years ago, including the good, the bad, and the ugly, as well as why I think therapy is a powerful tool for growth. I also get into some specific techniques I’ve been learning and practicing lately about how to deal with anxiety that comes in the form of worry. I chat about:
– Why your brain defaults to worrying
– The first step in using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to stop worrying
– A quick and effective gentle grounding exercise to help bring you back to the present moment and stop worry in its tracks
– What’s a worry station and how do you use it?
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