Practice attentional control


  1. Assess your environment. 
    Focus on the items or people that give you a sense of security and safety. For example, when you feel anxious in a gathering, you can focus on your friends and say, “The people I am with are trustworthy, and I do not need to feel like this.” 
  2. Remember your choices. 
    Understand that you are in control of your actions. For example, if you feel unsafe in a place, remember you are free to walk out of that place. 


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