The 1 Worksheet That Helped Me Get Through Panic: Life Review & CBT

I'm veering off the product reviews for a quick minute and coming at you with a life review this time around. I discovered Cognitive Behavioral Therapy about a decade ago and it changed my life. The quick back story is in the video, but I can tell you that these little worksheets called Thought Records have changed the game for me.

Do I still feel anxious? Um, yea, I'm alive in 2017. Do I have tough days and moments? Yes. But I've learned a healthy way to cope when things go south. And while I adore trying the latest skin care and makeup tricks out, I also felt a strong need to "get real" with my readers hence, "life review #1."

While I'm not an expert, I can tell you what worked for dealing with my anxiety. Keyword: "worked." It took daily practice over weeks and months. What works for some may not work for others. If you're up to it, try it out. If you think this sounds ridiculous, cool, no problem, move along. 

But if you're still here,  read this:

If you get anything from this video, let it be this: if you too experience anxiety and/or panic attacks, you are not alone. You can always ask for help. There is immense strength in that. 

SPEAKING OF ASKING FOR HELP, HERE ARE SOME MORE QUICK RESOURCES:  
1. This is the book I found the Thought Record in initially. I adapted it a bit for myself

If friends or family are not an option for you, I searched a bit to find a couple of quick starting points. 

2. NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Health): http://bit.ly/2naYU3Y
3. Get treatment here. This is a good starting point: http://bit.ly/2naUjz1