Reminders for the anxious soul

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  1. So much easier said than done, of course. But if you don’t say it, you can’t do it. I’m planning to print out your reminder for myself.

    • Way easier said than done. That’s why I wrote it. I need constant reminders. The one that I find really difficult is not worrying about tomorrow. I have a very hard time not letting the what-ifs take over. But like you said, if you don’t say it, you can’t do it.

  2. I am going to print this out, too, Steph. This is so beautifully done. These are wonderful tips for us all to think about

  3. This is a wonderful list. I tell myself this stuff every day. My panic attacks are back after years of dormant so I can relate. Hang tough, life is too short to seek the negative when the world is good. Take care

    • Courtney, that’s understandable given the stress you’re under. I know it’s easier said than done, but just try to keep breathing and keep a strong focus on your faith.


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