Find the cause of the feeling you’re having and notice the effect, e.g. you didn’t give yourself enough time for homework, so now you feel stressed. Anytime you feel something uncomfortable that you’d rather avoid, put a magnifying glass on it. Once you know what you feel, you can now challenge both the cause and the effect.
- Feeling your feelings
- Sometimes our feelings are appropriate
- Interrupt your 'autopilot'
- Only we can choose and change our feelings
- Practice observing your feelings
- Low self-esteem can have many causes
- 10 Tips to Stop Repeating Your Mistakes
- Hating makes you feel bad
- Not having your feelings acknowledged is frustrating
- Try understanding instead of judging
- People judge others to avoid uncomfortable feelings
- When does anxiety become a problem?
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