For the past two weeks I've been lowering my expectations of what I will do in a day. My "To Do" list lately consists of 1 or 2 really small things (like vacuum and balance check book) and although I'm likely to get a lot more done in a day then just those 2 things I'm doing a lot of reassuring self talk -saying in my head over and over again that I did enough for the day -I accomplished my list. Well, this method has really decreased my anxiety but now I'm afraid that these changes are only temporary! Has anyone else done this sort of thing and how long did the relief from intense anxiety last? Thanks!
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