Posts in uncertainty
499: Indecision and Your Anxiety

In today's episode, Gina discusses the issue of decision making and anxiety.  Indecision is common among those who experience anxiety and Gina recommends a few steps for limiting indecision in your life.  Become more comfortable making decisions today!

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It doesn’t matter which side of the fence you get off on sometimes. What matters most is getting off. You cannot make progress without making decisions. -Jim Rohn

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

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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406: Feeling Less Anxious With Change

In this episode, Gina talks about how to deal with an unavoidable part of our existence in the world:  change.  Many people suffer from increased anxiety relating to the uncertainty they experience when facing major changes in their lives.  Listen in for suggestions on how to minimize your fear of change and maximize your ability to cope and thrive when major changes approach you in your life.


How to use your mindful awareness during those inevitable moments of change so you can feel less anxious:

1) Ride the waves of change
Change arises naturally — but it can generate discomfort and overwhelm in the process. When we acknowledge that strong emotions are present, we have a better chance of navigating what life throws our way.

2) Bring up your resilience
When adjusting to new circumstances, it’s easy to become frustrated with ourselves. Let go of feelings of disappointment or anxiety with a gentle shift. Be kind to yourself: Remember, you are not the only person who is adapting to something new. With this resilience, we can learn, grow, and recover a sense of well-being during a time of change. One way to have a reminder of your personal resilience is to star in your journal when you have been through a challenge and found yourself on the other side intact and even better off than before

3) Soothe anxiety around uncertainty
Most of us have a list of identities we associate with — be it a job title, a family role, or a citizenship. When these things change, we often feel we are losing the characteristics that define us. Rather than getting caught in a fixed idea of who we ought to be (or used to be) be willing to have room for something new...something more. See the uncertainty as part of life that we all encounter and that it is not personal.

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Welcome the present moment as if you had invited it. Why? Because it is all we ever have.

PEMA CHÖDRÖN

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390: Anxiety, Control and Uncertainty

In today's episode Gina explores the issues surrounding anxiety and uncertainty.  Working to develop our skills of trust, surrender and self-acceptance, we can learn to release our requirement for control over our environment.  Gina explains this need for control over our environment is not founded in good reasoning.  Apply the skills described in this podcast and feel better today!

 

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https://greatergood.berkeley.edu/article/item/how_to_stop_being_a_control_freak

 

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