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Are you struggling with fear and anxiety?
Are worry, stress and insecurity keeping you stuck in your life? Do you feel unsafe or believe that you are not good enough to have what you want? Whether you feel attacked by anxiety or held in the tight grip of constant fear, these emotions can make you feel powerless and out of control. However, the truth is that your mind is creating fear and anxiety, which is why you can learn how to use your mind – in particular your subconscious mind – to un-create them.
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Friedemann Schaub, MD PhD, the author of the award-winning bestseller “The Fear and Anxiety Solution” has created a unique approach to identify and address the subconscious root causes of fear and anxiety. His breakthrough and empowerment program has helped thousands of his clients world-wide to overcome their emotional challenges and live with greater confidence, balance and fulfillment. And best of all, most people are able to reach their goals within just 6 to 8 sessions.
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Tips to Break-Through Anxiety from Dr. Schaub
Anxiety can “attack” or “creep up” on us at the most inopportune moments, which makes us feel powerless and out of control. Understanding some do’s and don’ts about anxiety is the first step to demystify this emotion and regain control—the more we know about a challenge, the more we can find ways to overcome it.

Counterbalance Negative Self-Talk

Negative self-talk plays a major role in how we create fear and anxiety. You’re probably familiar with that worried, insecure or critical voice that rises from somewhere deep inside often at the most inopportune moments. You don’t seem to choose the limiting, anxiety-triggering, or self-sabotaging thoughts, nor do you seem to be in control of them. Over the years I found that rather than ignoring or suppressing these negative thoughts, what works best is to redirect the mind with at least three counter-balancing arguments, that shed light on the opposite, positive points of view. For example, if your negative thought was Something bad will happen, counterbalances could be: Right now I am OK. There’ve been many times I was worried and everything turned out well. I have the strength and abilities to handle anything that comes my way. Positive counterbalancing is training your mind to search for and find uplifting and empowering perspectives for any given situation.
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