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Anxiety Road Podcast


Welcome to the Libsyn version of the Anxiety Road Podcast, this is the involuntary journey finding medical, behavioral health, meditation, relaxation and x=the unknown treatment options and resources for people that have anxiety, panic attacks and phobias too.

This podcast is treatment agnostic. You can find more content and resources at https://anxietyroadpodcast.blogspot.com

Aug 2, 2020

Some of the people with an anxiety disorder have excessive negative thoughts. They come at you like a Tommy gun. Obsessively repetitive negative thoughts. 
 
The kinds of things that would get a birth pessimist shook up. There isn't one type of negative thought. These things have a pattern or an intensity that can internally terrorize person in their own body.
 
The good news is that there are ways to control and maybe even stop them. That is the topic of this episode.
 
PS: This is not about positive thinking. This is about controlling one of the symptoms of having a medically diagnosed anxiety condition. 

If you need support contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255, the Trevor Project at 1-866-488-7386 or text “START” to 741-741.

Resources Mentioned: 


At ADAA.org a post on Unwanted Intrusive Thoughts and how to understand them.
 
Melli O'Brien at MrsMindfulness on The Four Keys to  Overcoming Negative Thinking for Good.
 
I can't let this go, Steven Universe clip on Just A Thought. It really does speak to the process of letting go of a negative thought.

Very Well Mind has a post about Negative Thinking Patterns and Your Beliefs and some suggestions about dealing with them. 
 
On Audible.com there is a audio book, Rewire Your Anxious Brain How to Use the Neuroscience of Fear to End Anxiety, Panic, and Worry by Catherine Pittman and author Elizabeth Karle

From Mental Health America, a worksheet on Stopping Stupid Thoughts.

Twenty Questions to Help You Challenge a Negative Thought pdf accessed via McGill University.

Disclaimer: 


Links to other sites are provided for information purposes only and do not constitute endorsements. 

Always seek the advice of a qualified health provider with questions you may have regarding a medical or mental health disorder.

This blog and podcast is intended for informational and educational purposes only. Nothing in this program is intended to be a substitute for professional psychological, psychiatric or medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

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