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How to Train Your Mind to Lower Anxiety

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Your mind can be a powerful ally or a formidable foe, especially during the stressful times we’re living through. The simple practices of mindfulness-centered cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) can help you train your thoughts to serve you well.

If you pay attention to what your mind is up to, you’ll notice that it’s constantly telling you stories. For example, in the current pandemic you might have the thought, “If I get sick with the coronavirus, I’ll end up on a ventilator.” Obviously that’s just a story that the mind made up, because none of us can predict exactly how our bodies will respond to the virus.

Some of those at highest risk for complications have ended up with relatively mild cases, while previously healthy people have died

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