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Do you struggle with anxiety? When was the last time you felt completely at peace with your life and self? Are you always overwhelmed by negative thoughts?
Identifying which thoughts are fear-based and false is the first step in shifting your mindset, which then helps shift your self-image and life as a whole. So, here are a few common lies your anxiety may try to trick you into believing and how you can reframe those thoughts instead.
DISCLAIMER: Remember, this video is meant for educational purposes only. This video is not a substitute for professional advice, but for general guidance.
Do you struggle with hidden anxiety? Watch this video to find out: https://youtu.be/woJFvy5Jp1Y
Writers: Cindy Nguyen
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Script Manager: Kelly Soong
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