How to Stop Catastrophizing in One Step

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When you stress, your body deploys its little cortisol soldiers.

This army is always on stand-by. But if you have them armed and ready, always anticipating a battle, you become convinced that you are constantly in danger and should be fearful, hesitant, and feel threatened.

There are ways to teach this army to take a step back until there is actually a real reason to…

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I speak, coach, and write about confidence, self-talk, and stress management. I also live for cozy mysteries and bad (read: good) puns.

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Robin Sacks

Robin Sacks

I speak, coach, and write about confidence, self-talk, and stress management. I also live for cozy mysteries and bad (read: good) puns.

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