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Live In The Moment

Most of the anxiety we suffer is from worrying about the future.  Most of the depression we suffer is from thinking about the past.  To bring down your stress levels, decrease anxiety and depression live in the moment.  Bring your thoughts back to what needs to be done today.  Think about what is happening right now this minute.  Be mindful of where you are and enjoy the little things you notice; the light coming through the window, a flower, the clouds, bird songs, smell of your coffee.  Stay with this.  When you wonder away to worry about what might not happen in the future, just come back again to this moment.   The more you practice this the better you will feel.

 

About Geraldine M. Brown (113 Articles)
I hold a Master's Degree in counseling. I am a licensed professional counselor and a licensed independent mental health practitioner. I have over 20 years of experience counseling people from all walks of life.

2 Comments on Live In The Moment

  1. Ally chavala // June 5, 2017 at 6:51 pm // Reply

    thanks but may you help me ways to become confidently when am get worried with negative thought in my mind? help me please

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    • It is very hard to feel confident when worried. Often we can gain confidence by being prepared. If you were worried it was going to rain and it is important you don’t get your clothes wet today, you would take an umbrella. This is a simple example, but preparing can be done on a larger scale as well. Even preparing for part of what is worrying you could raise your confidence level.

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