Ever allow stressful thoughts to raise your stress levels? Sometimes we can have a lot of things on our mind. These thoughts can lead to excess stress that we do not need. Thoughts like I drink too much coffee. That is not good for me. This type of thought could be causing more stressful harm than actually drinking too much coffee could ever cause. This type of thinking could be adding unwanted and unneeded stress to your daily life. How to combat it? Simply quit allowing it to bother you. Quit stressing over it. For a full list of thoughts you need to quit stressing over, please read this article.
By Kate Bratskeir
From Huffington Post
Quit Thinking About These Stressful Thoughts Today!
Something I find fascinating: You can literally throw away your negative thoughts. In a study done last November, participants were told write down their personal, invalidating beliefs on paper. Those who got to crumple their inner demons and dunk them a la NBA player Terrence Ross into a wastebasket (so maybe it wasn’t as dramatic, but I like to imagine) were less likely to be bogged down by their negativity.
Could the same be true for stressful thoughts?
As a GPS for the Soul editor — someone who reads, writes, Tweets and preaches about stress management all day — I have my own tools that work when stress rears its repugnant head. I know when it’s time to step away from the computer for a break. I’ve stored an arsenal of positive mantras if I’m ever in need of some uplifting perspective. All good. But this doesn’t mean I don’t stress.
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How times have you allowed these stressful thoughts to create real anxiety and stress in your life? How many other items can you add to this list? Hopefully by reading this blog post you now can identify your unneeded stressors and start not thinking about them.
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