"Are These Thoughts Evidence-based or am I Just Thinking Irrationally?" - Deepstash
"Are These Thoughts Evidence-based or am I Just Thinking Irrationally?"

"Are These Thoughts Evidence-based or am I Just Thinking Irrationally?"

You always have the power to choose your thoughts. When we're afraid, we focus on the negative thoughts, when in reality there are so many other positive thoughts that can support you. 

Your fear is just one thought, is just one option. But there are other thoughts and other options out there for you to choose from.

Choose your thoughts like you're choosing what clothes to wear. If wearing something makes you feel ugly then don't wear that it, wear something that makes you feel confident. 

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