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  1. #161
    Quote Originally Posted by MrsMargo View Post

    1. Recognize that stress or social anxiety is a natural reaction. Tell yourself this is to be expected and many presenters, even after years of presenting, still get the jitters. It’s OK.
    This one actually helps in panic / anxiety attacks in general. If you recognize anxiety as a natural reaction, a chemical reaction of your body, it gets easier. If you sit and calm down knowing that this attack will pass in few minutes it's much more easier to cope with.

  2. #162
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  3. #163
    Thank you for these incredible techniques.

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    Willingness to laugh at self

    Point 4) You must use your WILL to overcome FEAR
    Point 13) Learn to laugh at yourself. This is all a very bad joke, but nonetheless, it is a joke.

    In other words; willing to laugh at yourself, knowing that it's joke anyway. Liking that one a lot.

    See if conversational hypnotherapy can be added to that list. It's about the choices you make in life that make things worse or better.

  5. #165
    wow great information! thank you so much for taking the time to post all this for us

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    nice post, very useful and informative thanks

 

 

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