“Control is when you focus on one thing and become unconscious of the rest, because if you were to see everything, you’d freak out” – that’s my definition of control. People with anxiety are obsessed with “having control” but in this video I want to explain you what control REALLY is and why having control is what created anxiety not its solution!
Anxiety feels real, but more often than not it’s not the real problem. Anxiety as a way to explain your behaviors (why are you relaxing? Because I’m so stressed out that’s why. Why do you keep avoiding life? Because I’m so sick that’s why), anxiety as a way to avoid hurts and wounds from being triggered by predicting and overthinking, etc.
In so many scenarios, anxiety is not the real problem. You think that the ‘problem’ is social anxiety and that the ‘solution’ is that you need to get rid of it, but you have social anxiety because you don’t want to be hurt and are trying to protect that tender part of you, dark secret, wound, trauma from being triggered, seen and felt. In these and so many other scenarios, the real solution is to heal that part you, not fix anxiety!! To your success!
Giuseppe Tavella, DPDR & Dissociation Specialist
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