If you’re familiar with Anxiety Rebalance, you’ll know that on my journey to finding answers, I discovered two big truths about anxiety.
Along with lots of other Eureka moments, these two truths completely changed how I dealt with anxiety.
I want to offer you a reminder of what these truths are because when anxiety has its grubby hands on you, it puts a big grey cloud in your mind, making it difficult to find genuine answers.
Anxiety convinces us that it’s this big complicated thing we’ll never overcome, and the simple truth gets lost. We lose our power and continue to get dominated by anxiety.
It’s time to regain our power and remember the truths that put you back in control.
TRUTH #1: THERE IS NO CURE FOR ANXIETY
You won’t find a cure for anxiety in my books, courses or blog. You also won’t find one wherever you look. Why? Because it doesn’t exist! I looked for a cure for anxiety for over ten years, and if you’re like me, you’ll be looking too. Stop the search right now, and end your despair. You’ll never find a cure for something that is a natural and healthy part of your life. If you get a life-threatening disease, you’ll want a cure. You’ll want to be totally rid of it. Anxiety forms part of your survival, and although at times of high anxiety (when all you want is to be rid of it), the truth is, you don’t. If you didn’t have anxiety, you wouldn’t be able to operate. In fact, you wouldn’t be here right now. The key to dealing with anxiety is appreciating that you and everybody else will always have it, so forget about looking for a cure, and concentrate on managing it better.
TRUTH #2: IT’S IMPOSSIBLE TO ELIMINATE ANXIETY
When you get angry and sad, do you want to get rid of those emotions? Of course not! So why are we led to believe we need eliminate anxiety when it’s just as healthy to be anxious? It doesn’t make sense, does it? Think about what it would mean not to have anxiety for a second. What purpose would you have to get out of bed? Would you run across the road to avoid the speeding car? Would you want to achieve in life, and get the best out of it? It would be impossible to do any of these things without the aid of anxiety. Instead of fighting anxiety, put your arm around it, and thank it for keeping you safe. Thank it for giving you the ability to live, laugh and love. We’re all going to have good and bad days (you need the bad ones to appreciate the good ones!). Stop viewing anxiety as an enemy and use it as your aide, and as you progress on your journey, your good days will continue to get better.
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