7 Ways to Manage Your Persistent Fears and Anxieties

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7 Ways to Manage Your Persistent Fears and Anxieties

Today I would like to welcome Stan Popovich. Stan is the author of “A Layman’s Guide to Managing Fear Using Psychology, Christianity and Non Resistant Methods”. Stan’s managing fear book has become very popular with over 300 positive book reviews and counting. Please read the many book reviews of Stan’s popular book by going to Stan’s website at http://www.managingfear.com/.

There are many different ways to keep yourself from falling into a rut. Today Stan is here to talk to us about ways to manage your fears when they keep nagging for attention.


Some people have a difficult time managing their persistent fears and anxieties. Sometimes, their depression and fears can become a huge factor in their personal life and professional career.

 

As a result, here are 7 tips that a person can use to help manage their fears and anxieties

 

1. Challenge Your Depressing Thoughts

One of the ways to manage your depression is to challenge your negative thinking with positive statements and realistic thinking. When encountering thoughts that make your fearful or depressed, challenge those thoughts by asking yourself questions that will maintain objectivity and common sense. Your fearful thoughts are usually not based on reality.

 

2. Distract Yourself

Some people can get depressed over doing a certain task. When this happens, a person should take a deep breath and try to find something to do to get their mind off of the problem. A person could take a walk, listen to some music, read the newspaper or do an activity that will give them a fresh perspective on things. Doing something will get your mind off of the problem and give you confidence to do other things.

 

3. Worrying Makes It Worse

A lot of times, our worrying can make the problem even worse. All the worrying in the world will not change anything. All you can do is to do your best each day, hope for the best, and when something does happen, take it in stride.

 

4. Take It One Day At A Time

Instead of worrying about how you will get through the rest of the week, try to focus on today. Each day can provide us with different opportunities to learn new things and that includes learning how to deal with your problems. You never know when the answers you are looking for will come to your doorstep.


5. Read Positive Affirmations

Another technique that is very helpful is to have a small notebook of positive statements that makes you feel good. Whenever you come across an affirmation that makes you feel good, write it down in a small notebook that you can carry around with you in your pocket. Whenever you feel depressed, open up your small notebook and read those statements.

 

6. Use Self-Visualization

Sometimes, we can get anxious over a task that we will have to perform in the near future. When this happens, visualize yourself doing the task in your mind. For instance, you and your team have to play in the championship volleyball game in front of a large group of people in the next few days. Before the big day comes, imagine yourself playing the game in your mind. Imagine that you’re playing in front of a large audience. By playing the game in your mind, you will be better prepared to perform for real when the time comes.


7. Ask For Help

Take advantage of the help that is available around you. If possible, talk to a professional who can help you manage your fears and anxieties. They will be able to provide you with additional advice and insights on how to deal with your current problem. By talking to a professional, a person will be helping themselves in the long run because they will become better able to deal with their problems in the future.

 

Some people have a difficult time managing their persistent fears and anxieties. Sometimes, their depression and fears can become a huge factor in their personal life and professional career. Here are 7 ways to manage your persistent fears and anxieties.

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