Control your Perception
Feeling insecure and anxious doesn't just appear out of nowhere. It is a response to a signal.
What is the signal? It is an experience that holds information.
Information itself is neutral. It isn't good or bad, right or wrong. We give information a meaning, in other words, we perceive something as bad, or good.
Anxiety then, is the response to our perception of information.
What meaning are you giving to this experience of uncertainty? The meaning you give it determines how you feel and how you act: what you think, what you say, what you do.
A way to manage how information effects your emotions and behaviour is by changing your perception. What other meaning can you give this experience so that it does not trigger anxiety?
Information controls your perception. Perception controls your emotions. Your emotions control your behaviour. In short: Information controls your behaviour.
This is the chain of reaction:
One of the things I hear over and over from women is that they struggle with insecurity.
I’m talking about that feeling of insecurity that happens in social situations and involves other people.
It’s part of being human to feel some level of insecurity in life under certain circumstances. But what do you do when it happens?
You have two basic options:
A. Avoidance or
B. Facing the uncomfortableness.
What happens when you choose option B, and it doesn’t work out very well??
Let’s look at where feeling insecure comes from, from a neurobiological stand point.
Insecurity is a feeling, an emotion, that has a trigger and a physical response.
Insecurity is not something you just have to...
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