At this stage of the process some people may go into psychotherapy. As was discussed in chapter four, psychotherapy can be extremely beneficial. Many of us who have an anxiety disorder have suppressed our primary emotions of anger, grief and so on. Psychotherapy helps us contact these feelings. Experiencing them is part of the healing process.
People have asked the question of what to do with their thoughts while working through issues in psychotherapy. There will be issues in therapy which need to be thought through and worked with, and they may cause anxiety and attacks. Again, it means walking a fine line. Be aware of why they have occurred and let them happen.
As our management skills increase we will begin to realise a subtle pattern emerging with our anxiety and attacks. When we are avoiding confronting particular personal issues, or in other words, not being honest with ourselves, we may find ourselves reacting with anxiety or an attack. We can use these subtle guides to get to know and understand ourselves on a deeper level.
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