Anxiety is a constant feeling of insecurity based on reactions of other people. It also fears danger that is not actually present. “The central theme running through the misbeliefs in anxiety is that what other people think about me is of such crucial importance that I must anticipate it in advance of all my actions. I must do all I can in order to prevent others from thinking badly of me. If they think badly of me, it will be a mortal blow to me. It would be terrible.[1] However, these too are lies that wander throughout our minds.

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OPEN AND PRINT LESSON HERE: MISBELIEF IN ANXIETY

 

[1] William Backus & Marie Chapian. Telling Yourself the Truth. (Minneapolis: Bethany House, 2000), 69-70.

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