Do you sometimes hate yourself for those ugly thoughts that just pop into your head sometimes?
Don’t they feel rotten and wrong?!
My instinct says – that’s not me, I don’t know you, go away and leave me alone!
And what happens?
It stays with you, circling, like a vulture, waiting to pounce when you can’t distract yourself any longer.
Listen, it may not happen often, but it’s bad when it does…
But what if you could sideline those crazy thoughts, stop them from eating away at you?
Over the years of panic attacks and crippling anxiety, I found one way to separate those random thoughts from who I really am.
It’s not a magic wand, but it helps me.
A lot.
And I share this simple idea inside fifteen minutes on The Happy YOU:

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