“The Hardest Part Of Recovery Is When You’re Not Sure You Want To Recover.”
Some people find clarity and recovery through the first line of treatments today, but a large majority open up a whole new world of problems for themselves. In this podcast episode we’ll be diving deep into the process towards what we think in today’s world is a mental problem, when in fact it’s much more that just that.
If Anxiety Was Solely A Mental Problem The Conscious Mind Would Have Dealt With It By Now.
The subconscious mind holds the key to freedom. It is the storage bank of the mind as well as the body. Yes, you heard that right the body as well. Trapped emotions are stored inside a persons body mirroring the emotionally traumatic experiences that led to their sensitivity. This manifests into symptoms and signals from the storage bank many times on a daily basis.
As we misinterpret these subconscious signals we believe the symptoms are a physical ailment of some sort. Many times it’s just a memory that needs tweaking.
The biggest problem with the label of having a mental problem after a doctors visit is we can now share this title/label with others around us. We prove to ourselves and others that we aren’t crazy or losing it, and put our complete fate into the hands of a pill or therapist.
The road back to self worth and accountability becomes an uphill climb.
As the results we expected don’t get met in the time frame we allowed, we grow more and more impatient in our recovery towards our desired state. Our search for a cure in the external world grows frantic and progress becomes little. We can change this through self-awareness and a CBT based system that holds a person fully accountable.
In episode #114 of the anxiety guy podcast we’re moving towards:
- A new way of seeing our internal challenges
- Why anxiety recovery can be such a challenge these days
- The reason so many of your close friends/family just don’t understand