TAGP 06: Overcoming The Cycle Of Catastrophic Thinking

February 9, 2016

Catastrophic thinking and anxiety many times go hand in hand. As you’ll learn in the 6th episode of The Anxiety Guy Podcast, you are most certainly not a weak person who’s ‘losing control.’ As much as you may think you are. Catastrophic thinking brews up due to the root of your anxiety, as well as a fatigued mind. A tired mind finds it hard to grasp the rationale at times as you already know. But through the 6th episode of The Anxiety Guy Podcast, you’ll be fully equipped to deal with anxious catastrophic thinking.

What you’re going to learn from this episode

  • How to stop magnifying the thoughts in your mind
  • Ways to turn your focus from the future, to the now
  • Important tips on how to begin overcoming shallow breathing during anxiety and panic attacks

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6 comments on “TAGP 06: Overcoming The Cycle Of Catastrophic Thinking

  1. Mark Timber Feb 20, 2016

    My wife suffers from things like minor panic attacks and things of that nature. Thank you for providing some much needed tips to get us going the right direction for a solution without medication.

  2. Pecom1989 Feb 24, 2016

    One of the things that happens to me is that I speculate what is going to happen if I “do this” or “do that” and that turns into a lot of worry. I think most of my anxiety has come from that.

  3. Hey Anxiety Guy. I have just found your podcast and I am thrilled, really.. I am! Having suffered with anxiety over the past 12 years (currently 29years old), I have been through many waves of full hard core anxiety and then basically non existent. I am currently in one of those manic waves where I am constantly on high alert, full adrenaline and just utter panic. I recently started a new job where I have to travel by train which takes around 40 minutes each way. This train has now become the metal tube of hell where from the moment I step on, it’s completely packed and so full there is no room to get up to use the toilet. As soon as I am of the train I instantly relax and go about my day, when it’s home time and I enter the busiest station in London it returns. I would love to hear about coping methods / recovery for claustrophobia? Hope to hear from you xx

    • I would begin absorbing the podcast information one patient and self loving day at a time before applying into your life. It’s a marathon, not a sprint, so focus on your progress more than how far you still have to go and you’ll stay on the right path towards healing anxiety.