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In today's episode of 7 Good Minutes, in our Mindful Monday segment, we talk about Winning The Battle Against That Little Voice In Your Head.
That little voice in your head, the one that's always telling you that you're not good enough, that you can't do it, that you're going to fail, is your biggest enemy. But here's the thing: you're not alone. We all have that little voice; it's just a matter of learning how to quiet it.
Here are four tips to help you win the battle against negative thinking.
Acknowledge The Voice
The first step to winning the battle is to acknowledge that the voice exists. So often, we try to ignore the negative thoughts and push them away. But in reality, that just makes them louder.
Acknowledging the thoughts for what they are negative, self-defeating, and untrue is the first step to quieting them down.
Reframe Your Thoughts
Once you've acknowledged the negative thoughts, it's time to start reframing them. For example, let's say you're trying to lose weight, and that little voice tells you, “You're never going to be skinny.” Reframe that thought by reminding yourself that being skinny isn't necessarily the goal; being healthy is.
And remind yourself that you are capable of making healthy choices and reaching your goals.
When we focus on what we don't have, it's easy to get caught up in negative thinking. One way to shift your focus is by practicing gratitude. Make a point of noticing and appreciating all the good things in your life, no matter how small they may seem.
Focusing on the positive will help silence the negative voice in your head.
Seek Professional Help
If you find that you can't seem to shake those negative thoughts on your own, don't be afraid to seek professional help. A therapist can help you identify and reframe negative thought patterns, as well as provide tools and techniques for managing them effectively.
Negative thinking is a common issue that we all deal with at one time or another. But it doesn't have to control us we can control it.
By acknowledging the thoughts, reframing them, practicing gratitude, and seeking professional help when necessary, we can learn how to quiet that negative voice in our heads and live happier, more fulfilling lives.
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