How You Make Yourself Feel Worse (Without Even Realizing It)

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How You Make Yourself Feel Worse (Without Even Realizing It): Show Notes

There is one thing we all do that makes you feel worse than you have to… and this results in increased stress and anxiety, and a worse mood.

Learn what this one thing is, and concrete steps you can take to stop it!

Takeaways you will have from this episode:

  • Why you do this one thing and how it negatively impacts your mood
  • What the second dart is and how this adds to your suffering
  • The number one question to ask yourself when you get stuck doing this one thing
  • Along with an action plan with concrete steps to help you stop this one thing

Calmly Coping is a self-improvement podcast for overthinkers who struggle with anxiety.  Unlike other podcasts in the anxiety space, Calmly Coping is not about *fixing* you, it’s about uncovering the amazing person that is already there (and that you are just too afraid to let out).

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This episode is brought to you by my free anxiety journal prompts, Journaling to Calm Clarity: Download here

Intro/outro music:

Rescue Me (Instrumental) by Aussens@iter (c) copyright 2018 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. Ft: Copperhead


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How You Make Yourself Feel Worse (Without Even Realizing It)
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