TAGP 195: 4 Words That Are Adding To Your Stress And Anxiety Daily

July 8, 2019

words that are adding to your stress and anxiety

“Guilt is poison to our minds, emotions, and physical bodies. Which is why it’s time to replace these 4 words that are adding to your stress and anxiety levels now!”

Your past isn’t a life sentence, it’s a learning opportunity. If you don’t see it that way you may very well be living your present life still stuck over events in your past. Eye opening, I know. Life can become so hectic and overwhelming that we never stop to consider the ideas in our heads that have turned into patterns. And those patterns could very well be what is adding to your stress and anxiety levels daily.

Good health is your birthright warrior!

Some don’t see it that way though. Some don’t believe they deserve good health until they actually do something to deserve it, or permission is given by others. This can again be connected to the 4 words in today’s anxiety guy podcast episode that may be adding to your stress and anxiety levels. Once we can recognize that we are the co-creators with source energy (here’s a video where I go deeper into my connection to god) of our lives, we put power back into our hands.

Without this outlook, you’ll succumb to the agendas of other people for your life

You are literally powerless at this point. Until you clean up your past you can’t have a bright future and a pleasant present. It’s a convincing game with the head boss, the subconscious mind, and it is possible to convince this mind and body of different perspectives. Anxiety doesn’t have to be managed or coped with forever. If we can get to the root cause of our suffering we can begin healing our anxiety. I will emphasize though that emotion in the form of total and utter dissatisfaction is a key part to summoning the courage to change.

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QUESTION OF THE DAY: What was your favorite quote or lesson from this episode? Please let me know in the comment section below.

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6 comments on “TAGP 195: 4 Words That Are Adding To Your Stress And Anxiety Daily

  1. Tiffany Jul 22, 2019

    As a mental health professional, I’ve always been amazed at how important WORDS are when it comes to anxiety, and mental health in general. I used to tell my clients, “be careful what you say to yourself; you’re listening.” Dennis really highlights how detrimental it is to hang onto old guilt and regrets. When he talks about cleaning up one’s past, he does NOT mean getting out the proverbial shovel to dig everything up and examine it; he means we need to visit that past-self, and give them the compassion they may have lacked at the time. This podcast breaks down the concepts of positive self-talk and cognitive reframing in a user-friendly way that speaks empowerment to the listeners.

  2. I want to say THANK YOU SO MUCH Sir Dennis, you help me a lot through watching your videos and listening to your podcasts and been trying to apply everything I learned from you and I am happy that I’m recovering now. I don’t have money to pay for the CBT, but I heartily appreciate that you shared many videos and podcasts for free, that’s really a great help for us who’s been suffering from anxiety disorder for many years. A million thanks from the bottom of my heart, Sir Dennis.

    • Very welcome Marilyn I do believe the YouTube channel, the podcasts and social media inspiration can help tremendously, so enjoy. ❤️

  3. I always tell my children that be careful what you say words are powerful. I definitely believe that words will add to your stress and anxiety daily. If you have an obstacle in your life and you speak positively to it such as, “I can do this,” and “it will not be hard” then you’ll definitely be able to overcome. But if you were using negative talk such as, “this is too hard” and “I’ll never be able to finish this” then you’re more likely to fail. Words are powerful not only to what we say to ourselves but what we say to others.

    • Yes, words are important due to the fact that the subconscious mind hears everything and takes everything literal. It doesn’t understand sarcasm either, which can place someone into stress and anxiety if they’re not aware of their words.

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