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Methods to Stop Worrying: 4. Develop Positive Self-Talk

Methods to Stop Worrying: 4. Develop Positive Self-Talk

Adopt a Positive Thought Process

There is power in the way you phrase your thoughts. When faced with an adverse situation or thought, speak to yourself as you would your friend or family when they need encouragement.

Replacing thoughts like "this is impossible" with "this may be hard but I can get through this" can be very powerful.

This may sound very mundane and silly to begin with, but once you've repeated this process for a long time, you are training yourself to look for solutions rather than giving up right away.

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