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Fear Language - A Habit Of Anxiety

Whenever you have a conversation next time, try to take a note of what you say and if you apologise a lot  because most of the time, words and phrases can be sign of anxiety. The good news is that you can turn your negative language into positive which would not only improve your mood but also reduce your anxiety. Here are a few common negative phrases so let's learn how to change them into more positive ones.

  1. Why not → Sounds Good

  2. I can't complain → Everything is going well!

  3. Everything is exhausting → I need some rest

  4. No problem → For sure!

  5. Don't... → I prefer...instead


Being mindful about what you say is important, even if you don't mean something in a bad way. Not only can they make you feel worse but also the people around you and give you a negative reputation. Having a positive attitude towards life is also pretty important.

Specifically knowing that making mistakes is okay. Being positive towards your own life and then further towards the success of other people is really important. Switching out negativity and cutting it out can improve your life significantly. 

Do you have any negative behaviours you want to cut out? Tell us in the comments. Good Luck!















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