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Challenge your story

 In a stressful situation, we tend to be more focused on the story we tell ourselves than the facts and exaggerate the action we should take. When you say, "This is the worst day ever," is it true?

When you're in a stressful situation and can't think of what to do, asking yourself: “Is it really as bad as I think it is?” can help you challenge overwhelming feelings and see things more clearly.


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