Relates to “Postcard to Anxiety™” – Anxiety-Control Package
Many people who suffer from a specific anxiety, or persistent general anxiety, think that this is an inescapable state. The first goal of the ‘Postcard to Anxiety’ programme is to explain and demonstrate that this isn’t the case. You will recognise and experience change quite early in the programme.
The programme initiates change at the levels of emotion, awareness and behaviour.
The programme leaves you with a range of powerful tools that you can use to continue your progress, should you need. We also identify the numerous other ‘standalone’ programmes from ThinkWell-LiveWell that you can continue to use as and when you choose. You really will find this to be the ‘complete package’.
Expect some confusion and ‘overload’ in the early stages – it’s deliberate. The more ‘fun’ stuff comes later in the programme.
You should enter into this programme knowing that you have work to do, and you will have to commit time and effort – as you do for so many good things in life!
There are a few simple reasons for the programme name:
We always talk about writing the offline exercises as postcards: you can take this literally, by buying a pack of blank postcards or dividing up printer paper(!), Or you can use gigantic sheets of paper – just as long as you think of ‘postcards’ figuratively as messages to… Yourself, either in the past, present or future? The world and the ‘slings and arrows of outrageous fortune’? Other people or another person, from anywhere in your life or consciousness?
If you choose to use actual postcards, or something of that size, then you can carry this/these with you during your normal day, even in a pocket, and help the process by referring to them or working on them whenever you want or need.
Postcards have a great creative advantage: one side is supposed to carry an image, so you can have conceptual fun with this by creating collages, drawing images, thinking of sound libraries / playlists, thinking of tactile panels – whatever you feel helps to summarise your emotions as you go through the process.
‘Nothing to download! Just add us to your home screen: Tap and then Add to home screen.
Nothing to download! Just add us to your home screen.