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Overthinking and Ruminating on Trying to Stop Intrusive Thoughts or Anxiety Makes the Feeling Worse

Therapists would advocate a different approach. Practicing how to be aware of your thoughts without drawing your attention to them. Developing a practice where you can distract yourself if you are unable to let the thought pass.
Jun 8, 2021
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