Working Through Catastrophic Thinking

Do you find yourself leaning towards the catastrophic interpretation of where you are? Do you get lost in catastrophizing?

If you are wondering if it is something that manifests in your life, catastrtophic thinking is a pattern where we often overestimate how bad something is or how bad something will be, while also under-estimating our ability to walk through it fruitfully. Catastrophic thinking patterns pull us into a vortex of worst case scenerios. It will drive us to exaggerate the problem and pain, ruminate on it unproductively and remain in states of helplessness or hopelessness.

Most of all, catastrophizing actually does not allow you to see what you need to see.

To find out more, check out today’s broadcast that will encourage you to break free from the shackles of catastrophic thinking.

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