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It gave me just the answer I needed, at a time when I was feeling scared and panicky. I'm saying to myself 'arrow no.
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It will take practice but each time I repeat the words, it has more impact. Thank you so much.
I love the idea of repeating that phrase to yourself as a reminder of how you're making things worse for yourself. I may start doing that myself! I really enjoyed your article and can relate to it myself, and when thinking of others I know who suffer with catastrophizing.
I was wondering if you have ever done any work on this topic as it relates to insomnia. For example, I find some of my most negative thoughts come when I wake up too soon, and lay there unable to go back to sleep. The mind starts racing and rarely is it ever for the positive. One thing I've learned to do is recognize the pattern and assure myself that when I'm truly awake, I'll feel better and have a more positive outlook.
That helps! Still, I hear many people talk about their mind racing often to the negative when they can't sleep, and it makes me wonder what the relationship is. I'm glad you liked the article. No, I haven't done any work as to how this relates to insomnia although I know that people's minds do keep them awake with this sort of thinking What I do is similar to what you do if this happens.
I tell myself that this is my "nighttime mind -- that things always seem worse at night -- and that I'll be okay in the morning. I don't try to push it away but almost treat it as my old even if uninvited friend: my "nighttime mind. Toni Bernhard, J. Frustration makes it hard to see that constructive action is possible. Learn the value of describing pain and unpleasantness in a neutral fashion. You can overcome embarrassment by understanding its causes. Back Psychology Today. Back Find a Therapist. Back Get Help. Back Magazine.
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Toni Bernhard J. Follow me on Twitter. Friend me on Faceook. Connect with me on LinkedIn. How to Put a Stop to Catastrophic Thinking Learn to skillfully respond to the cognitive distortion of catastrophizing. Instead I need to do just as you suggest Thanks again for a thoughtful column, Toni. I'm so glad it was helpful.
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I work on this stuff everyday! My best to you during the holidays. Thanks Submitted by Carol on November 27, - pm. Very helpful article. Thank you Submitted by Toni Bernhard J.
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Thank you so much, Carol. All my best during the holidays, Toni. Second arrow Submitted by LindaF on November 27, - pm.
I love this Toni. I know about catastrophising but really like the second arrow analogy. Thank you. I'm so glad you liked the second arrow analogy. My best during the holidays, Toni. I love your idea!
Submitted by Toni Bernhard J. All my best, Toni. My best to you during the holidays, Toni. I'm so glad Submitted by Toni Bernhard J.
I hope today will be a bit better one for you. With warmest wishes, Toni. Arrow No. Hi Mary Anne, I love the idea of repeating that phrase to yourself as a reminder of how you're making things worse for yourself.
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