Cognitive Behavioral techniques/ Cognitive Exercises

Cognitive Behavioral techniques can be very helpful in treating anxiety and depression without medication (or in conjunction to meds). Cognitive exercises can help you get past episodes of panic, fear, depressed mood, obsessive thoughts, etc. These are practical, simple exercises that can be done in the space of 5 – 10 minutes and can get you back on track. Cognitive interventions explore the causal relationship between your thoughts and your emotions that follow. If you can shape your perception of your situation so that it does not feel awful or terrible and is instead tolerable, ok, part of life, etc. you then start to feel normal, relaxed. With Cognitive exercises you can come back to yourself and feel ok. In this next series, I’m going to share with you a few of these Cognitive exercises and help you feel more life yourself.

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