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Self Talk for Anxiety and Panic

What does your self talk for anxiety and panic sounds like? Do you even know what to say to yourself before, during and after?

When dealing with an anxiety or panic disorder it's very important that you understand that what you say to yourself will have a huge impact on your recovery.

If your self talk is negative and self-defeating, chances are almost guaranteed that anxiety and panic will always be an issue for you.

Since what you say when you talk to yourself will determine your overall outcome, it is extremely important that you make sure your self talk is positive and truthful.

Remember, with self talk it does not matter if you believe what you are telling yourself or not. The brain has a job and that job is to believe what you tell it. Although you may not feel the effects of these new statements right away, with patience, persistence, and a lot of repetition...within a few weeks you will notice a big improvement in how you see yourself and your anxiety and panic.

Try repeating these statements to yourself 15 minutes, twice a day. Once in the morning and once before you go to bed. Do this for a few weeks and you'll be surprised at the difference it will make.

You can also record yourself saying them aloud into your recorder on your computer or even through your cell phone. Then replay them to yourself instead. The brain cannot tell the difference and it will accept the information you are giving it regardless of whether or not you believe it. It will put this new information directly into the subconscious mind.

Self talk for anxiety and panic should sound something like this:

Okay, so there you have it! Some great positive self talk for anxiety and panic statements. Of course, you can do your own or even change these around to suit you and your situation more personally.

Not sure how to write your own self talk for anxiety and panic statements? It's simple....if you know the most common negative thoughts that you think during anxiety and panic, then you can base your new thoughts off of those, only you write statements that are truthful and encouraging instead.

Self Talk for Anxiety and Panic in Printable Format

To make things even more convenient for you, I have put these statements into a PDF file, so you can print them out and take them with you anywhere and practice them at any time.

To print this page, simply click Self Talk for Anxiety and Panic File to open and then choose print. To save this file, right click the file and choose "save as" to your desktop.

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