Peace For The Anxious Mind: A Thought Is Just A Thought

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Are you consumed by intrusive thoughts, especially when it comes to your partner? Read on for help!

It's easy to believe our thoughts. It's easy to second-guess ourselves, especially when we're in transition and on the precipice or the midst of a life-altering change. It's easy, especially in our psychotherapeutically-oriented culture to think, "Was that thought coming from my unconscious? Are these thoughts pointing to my true feelings?" Rarely have I ever seen that to be the case, and when it is, it's substantiated by real issues in real life (as opposed to the issues we create in our minds when we believe our fear-based thoughts).

Transitions always present opportunities for growth. For many people, the area of growth centers around working with their thoughts, perhaps for the first time in their lives. It's a worthy practice and one, when worked with consciously and effectively, will serve you for the rest of your life.

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