Category Archives for Panic Attack Cure Advice

11 Signs You Are Dealing with a Gaslighter

Do you ever feel crazy and don’t know why? Have you ever had anyone tell you that they didn’t say something that you know that they said? You might be dealing with a gaslighter. Tune in to this week’s MindGal episode to learn the 11 warning signs of gaslighting.

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How to Overcome Imposter Syndrome

imposter syndrome is a common occurrence for almost everyone. It is the feeling of inadequacy. Learn more about what it is and how to overcome the feeling of imposter syndrome

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4 Ways to Challenge Fixating Thoughts: MindGal Podcast, Episode 13

As anxiety does, it creates an unsettling atmosphere of fear and uncertainty. As we try desperately to find control in these situations, our mind will often fixate on something, usually something that is completely out of our control. on this episode, Monica walks you through 4 things you can put into place right now to stop the mental fixation!

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Negativity Bias: MindGal Podcast, Episode 12

On this week’s podcast, I am talking all about our propensity to lean toward the negative. It’s called negativity bias, and there is an evolutionary explanation for it. Tune in on itunes or Spotify to subscribe and never miss an episode, or follow the link below to listen and learn 3 easy techniques to manage […]

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Three Easy Ways to Stop Your Brain from Being a Jerk

  Brains are jerks. I have lived most of my adult life fighting my brain. It tells me that I can’t do something, or that I should be afraid, or that I am not worthy. In relationships, I would call this abusive and tell the person to get out immediately. I can’t escape my brain, […]

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The Order of a Mental Disorder: How to Control Worry

I wonder what I should worry about? This has been a common theme in my life for as early as I can remember. Whether consciously or subconsciously, I was always either worried about something or looking for something to worry about. If I couldn’t find anything to worry about, I would start to worry about […]

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