- 1 Let Go Of Anxiety
- 1.1 61 – Learn BJJ/ Judo/ Aikido
- 1.2 62 – Each Day Strengthen Yourself by Doing Something That Makes You Scared (Baby Steps Of Course)
- 1.3 63 – Allow Yourself To Scream
- 1.4 64 – Fire Ritual (Write Out Your Anxiety And Pain And Burn It In The Fire)
- 1.5 65 – Start To Be More Assertive in Life (Learn To Say No)
- 1.6 66 – Start Hitting The Bags (Build up Your Courage)
- 1.7 67 – Take Responsibility For Your Happiness (Know That You Are Responsible For Your Happiness)
- 1.8 68 – Find Out Why You Are So Anxious
- 1.9 69 – Use Natural Soothing Oils
- 1.10 70 – It’s Okay To Be Scared; Without It, You Couldn’t Be Brave
- 1.11 71 – Spend Time Alone Each Day To Recuperate
- 1.12 72 – Forgive Yourself
- 1.13 73 – Know That You May Often Time Romanticize The Past
- 1.14 74 – Learn To Trust Yourself
- 1.15 75 – Understand That You Cannot Change The Past
- 1.16 76 – You Don’t Need To Fear The Future
- 1.17 77 – Be Compassionate With Yourself
- 1.18 78 – Stop Apologizing When You Haven’t Done Anything Wrong
- 1.19 79 – Accept Change In Your Life
- 1.20 80 – Broaden Your Mind
Let Go Of Anxiety
61 – Learn BJJ/ Judo/ Aikido
Brazilian Jui Jitsu, Judo, and Aikido are great martial arts that help you not only defend yourself but do so in a way that always keeps you CALM and in control of yourself as well as your opponent. You turn their attack against them.
62 – Each Day Strengthen Yourself by Doing Something That Makes You Scared (Baby Steps Of Course)
By merely stepping into the things you are scared to do, you inch closer and closer into the realm of bravery.
63 – Allow Yourself To Scream
Let the fear and anxiety…OUT!!!
Yell, because it releases the tension in your body.
64 – Fire Ritual (Write Out Your Anxiety And Pain And Burn It In The Fire)
Much like the hiking tip. This is more symbolically than anything else. By writing out your anxiety on paper and burning it up, it is a small step in the right direction of taking back your life…one day at a time.
65 – Start To Be More Assertive in Life (Learn To Say No)
Learn to say NO. Learn to say NO.
LEARN TO SAY NO.
Who cares if someone’s feelings get hurt. Should you feel hurt just because someone else will get hurt if you CANNOT DO SOMETHING FOR THEM.
You own nobody ANYTHING.
Learn to say NO.
How many times have you heard yourself saying yes to the wrong things—overwhelming requests, bad relationships, time-consuming obligations? How often have you wished you could summon the power to turn them down? This lively, practical guide helps you take back that power—and shows that a well-placed “No” can not only save you time and trouble, it can save your life.
66 – Start Hitting The Bags (Build up Your Courage)
Being able to hit a bag not only lets out that frustration, but it also helps you learn how to attack. And being ready to attack is a great way to get rid of your anxiety.
67 – Take Responsibility For Your Happiness (Know That You Are Responsible For Your Happiness)
Know that YOU are responsible for how you feel. By telling yourself that others need to affirm yourself, you are giving away your power.
68 – Find Out Why You Are So Anxious
Discover what event in your life made you feel anxious early on. You may be anxious by nature, but often, it is an event that triggers this way of feeling. Once you discover that, you will be able to uproot it and plant something better.
69 – Use Natural Soothing Oils
Not too dissimilar to aromatherapy, essential oils can relieve stress and anxiety. So next time you go for a full body massage, try getting an oil massage.
70 – It’s Okay To Be Scared; Without It, You Couldn’t Be Brave
There is no bravery without fear. Remember that.
71 – Spend Time Alone Each Day To Recuperate
Whether it be an hour, 30-minutes, or just five minutes to YOURSELF…gve yourself time to just simply recuperate.
72 – Forgive Yourself
I mentioned earlier how forgiving myself truly freed me of my past. We are only human. We are meant to make mistakes.
We are meant to learn lessons.
73 – Know That You May Often Time Romanticize The Past
Now I am not suggesting that the time with the narcissists wasn’t all bad. But what I am suggesting is that often times we romanticize ourselves as being really stupid when in actuality we did what we thought was best at that time.
74 – Learn To Trust Yourself
In learning to trust yourself, you will be able to be much more confident, thus easily removing anxiety from the equation.
75 – Understand That You Cannot Change The Past
The sheer fact that the past is the past and there is nothing you can do to change it gives you the strength to change the present and this your future. You are anxious because of the past.
Realize it for what it is and learn from it.
76 – You Don’t Need To Fear The Future
Your future does not need to be like your past. Take control of your present, by being aware and mindful, and your future can be what you want it to be.
77 – Be Compassionate With Yourself
See yourself and talk to yourself as if you would to your child.
This is something I do even now as a Man.
78 – Stop Apologizing When You Haven’t Done Anything Wrong
Say “Excuse my ignorance,” “It’s a shame you feel that way,” and “that’s unfortunate.”
Stop saying sorry to people when you haven’t done anything wrong. As this only intensifies your anxiety.
79 – Accept Change In Your Life
Change is NOT a bad thing. Learn how to adapt and flow with the changes in time.
80 – Broaden Your Mind
Learn new things. I have discovered that the more I educate myself, the less angry, anxious, and stressed out I was before. Education is not as saddening as many would say it is.
I have found that it has liberated me from my anxiety.
Because if I don’t know anything…I can always LEARN something.