March 6, 2019

488: Why Avoidance and Aversion Don't Help With Anxiety

488: Why Avoidance and Aversion Don't Help With Anxiety

Gina discusses avoidance and aversion in the context of anxiety. Included in this discussion is an emphasis on the importance of how we interpret signals and information that we are perceiving and how very often we are able to choose whether or not we are threatened by a particular thing.


In today's episode, Gina discusses avoidance and aversion in the context of anxiety. Included in this discussion is an emphasis on the importance of how we interpret signals and information that we are perceiving and how very often we are able to choose whether or not we are threatened by a particular thing. Anxiety sufferers tend to be biased toward overestimating the threat of things. Listen in for tips on how to overcome this tendency.



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Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood.

 -Marie Curie

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