Letting go of catastrophizing can be challenging, but with practice, it's possible to develop a more balanced and realistic mindset. Here are some strategies to help you:How to let gonof catastrophising?
Normal fear is a natural response to a genuine threat or danger. It serves as a protective mechanism, activating the body's stress response to facilitate a response to the perceived threat. For example, feeling fear when encountering a dangerous animal or being in a potentially life-threatening situation is a normal and adaptive response.What is normal fear and what us ocd/trauma related fear?
It sounds like you're currently experiencing uncertainty and a sense of being stuck in your life, which can be both challenging and overwhelming. It's not uncommon to feel unsure about the future and to struggle with making decisions, especially when fear of disappointment or past experiences are influencing your mindset.I still feel that I am in the crossroads of my life and I don't know which way I should go. I feel that I know what to do today or this week but for any longer periods feel a bit like walk in the dark. I am not sure what I want to do with my future and sometimes it feels that the only things I feel comfortable to think are the things I am afraid. Because hoping for better things might lead to disappointments. And I am afraid of getting disappointed. So then I catastrophe to feel prepared even as it is a bit messed up thinking. I feel stuck in the past and it feel like other people just move on with their lives
I hear that you are feeling tired and experiencing fluctuating moods, which can be exhausting and challenging to navigate. It seems like you're stuck in a pattern where you fluctuate between different emotions and find it difficult to move forward from past trauma.I am tired because my mood changes from day to day. I feel happiness but I feel also sadness, anger, frustration and anything between. I feel stuck in the past living my trauma again and again. I feel like sometimes I keep walking in circles as I try to move forward. I am grateful for my family and colleagues who help me to withstand the stress of work and life I general. I feel most useful when at work or when I am with my loved ones.
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