I Have Some Questions For Your Anxiety
Sometimes asking questions is a powerful way to move energy. Here are some questions for anxiety. Ask them and see what happens.
Please Ask Anxiety These Questions
What do you want from me?
Why do you want to ruin my life?
Why do you tell me that you are more powerful than me?
Why do you make me feel powerless?
Why do you seem to come out of the blue sometimes? (Especially when you are always attached to something.)
Why do I dismiss that something and judge myself harshly anyways?
Why do you have me thinking that letting you in is me being weak?
Why do you try separate me from all who love me?
How do you convince me to listen to you?
Why do have me focus on the worst possible scenerio?
Why do you lie to me?
Why do I believe you?
What would my life be like if I didn't fratinize with you?
Why don't you just leave me alone?
And I Have Some Anxiety Questions For You
Why do you believe the Anxiety is more powerful than you are?
What has made you feel powerless?
What skills have you used to get through hard things in the past?
What is most important to you about getting rid of Anxiety?
Why is that important?
What do you want to tell the Anxiety?
When do you want to reclaim my life from Anxiety?
What skills have I used in getting over Anxiety in the past?
How do you know you can do this?
Who is around that believes in me?
What do you want to do first?
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LCSW-R, J. (2013, August 14). I Have Some Questions For Your Anxiety, HealthyPlace. Retrieved on 2019, September 15 from https://www.healthyplace.com/blogs/anxiety-schmanxiety/2013/08/i-have-some-questions-for-your-anxiety
Author: Jodi Lobozzo Aman, LCSW-R
I still have a question that I think I already asked some time ago but I can't remember the answer. What if my anxiety is coming only in "physical symptoms"? Why do panic attacks happen so frequently even if I feel calm and happy? If not a panic attack, it's at least symptoms like feeling breathless or shaking? The mind is quiet...
The anxiety wants you to think that you are powerless. The trick to combat it is to find where you are powerful.
Love the questions! Thanks.