By Michael A. Tompkins
"In anxiousness and Avoidance, psychologist and nervousness sickness specialist Michael A. Tompkins provides a common, transdianostic technique for aiding readers do something about nervousness, panic, and worry utilizing cognitive behavioral treatment (CBT) and mindfulness remedies. This publication contains mindfulness suggestions, motivational advice, and cognitive instruments for reframing anxiousness and worry so readers can come back to residing their lives"--Provided by means of publisher. Read more...
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There are three types of long-term consequences of anxious actions. Emotional Consequences People caught in a pattern of anxious actions often feel sad, guilty, frustrated, or ashamed. If you’re late for work because you must repeatedly check all the doors and windows in your home, you might feel frustrated with yourself and think you’re a loser. You might feel deeply embarrassed that you can’t do things that your friends do, because you’re too anxious or fearful. You might feel deeply ashamed of some of your thoughts and behaviors, but powerless to stop them.
You might hear from your friends less often, either because they know you’ll say no or because they’re angry or upset with your continued reluctance to try things that make you anxious. Your partner might feel burdened by your dependency on her to drive you everywhere or to make excuses to your boss when you’re too anxious to go to work. Your children might feel disappointed that you don’t attend their ball games or school performances because open spaces or auditoriums make you anxious. Those who care about you might have resigned themselves to having half a father, half a husband, or half a friend, and even if they don’t reveal their anger or disappointment, you can feel it, which makes you even more anxious and upset with yourself.
They not only affect your life day to day, but also build until each day of your life becomes harder and the scope of your life narrower. If you have a long-term pattern of anxious actions, you likely have a life filled with long-term consequences. There are three types of long-term consequences of anxious actions. Emotional Consequences People caught in a pattern of anxious actions often feel sad, guilty, frustrated, or ashamed. If you’re late for work because you must repeatedly check all the doors and windows in your home, you might feel frustrated with yourself and think you’re a loser.