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EP 21- Managing Assumptions & Difficult Emotions: Using The Motto “Guess Less, Ask More, Wait & See”

Hello! On this episode Dr. L discusses her motto, “Guess less, ask more, wait and see.”

She discusses the following:

-The power of investigating and exploring to combat assumptions which cause anxiety, depression, anger, and any uncomfortable emotion in between.

-Being mindful of “filling in the gaps of the unknown” through future thinking, and how to keep your imagination in check (if it causes you anxiety or other uncomfortable emotions).

-Examples of exploring/asking questions to combat worrisome thoughts of the past, and waiting and see how things unfold to combat worrisome thoughts of the future.

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EP 7- A Guide to Moving Fear Energy

If you struggle with feeling fearful, anxious or nervous, this episode is for you. This is a short, to-the-point guide on how to ground yourself, shift your mind and what to do with the uncomfortable energy fear creates. More specifically, this episode covers the following:
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-My clinical/professional perspective on what FEAR is ⁣⁣
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-How fear becomes ANXIETY ⁣⁣
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-How to quickly ground yourself and gently move to a “REST” state ⁣⁣
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-How to reframe the thoughts which fuel FEAR ENERGY

-How to burn and MOVE fear energy
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Let me know what you found helpful from the episode on my IG or FB @drcecilialopez, and please share!

*Bonus Episode* A Guided Paired Progressive Muscle Relaxation

This is a bonus episode that is unlike my other episodes, in that I am not providing much info on a topic, and instead I am guiding you through a paired progressive muscle relaxation.

To skip the intro, fast forward to 5:25.

You may do this exercise when feeling anxious, panicked, angry, irritable, agitated, overwhelmed, stressed, tense, or are struggling with an overactive mind or falling asleep

This exercise focuses on reducing cortisol (our stress hormone) and activating the parasympathetic system (our “rest and digest” state).

Enjoy!