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... Has anyone had success with doing tea forms? ... (0 replies)
... You don't sound a lot different than I was when I first started working on my tea forms to correct my thought patterns. Try and stick with them and I think you will be able to build on your success. ... (30 replies)
Tea Form in CBT
Jun 20, 2008
... I'm a big proponent of TEA forms and CBT because they helped me where many other avenue's failed. But it is important to note that they don't work for everyone. ... (4 replies)

Tea Form in CBT
Mar 25, 2008
... Analysis. I have been using the TEA forms for quite a while and they have become part of my daily ritual. ... (4 replies)
... I forgot to add that for me CBT is an ongoing process and I still counter my thoughts in my TEA forms almost everyday and usually first thing in the morning. ... (5 replies)
Is CBT hard
Jun 25, 2009
... No good therapist would start exposure treatment before you get really good at countering your thoughts in the tea forms and doing the signal breath. Starting with exposures would doom anyoine to failure. ... (11 replies)
Is CBT hard
Sep 14, 2009
... I am doing pretty good but I know I need to counter my thoughts in the TEA forms more than I have been. When I am feeling well I just get lazy and don't do them but after a week or so I feel my anxiety start to come back and I do them again. ... (11 replies)
Is CBT hard
Jun 10, 2009
... I would echo the others here, like anything it is difficult at first but if you keep at the TEA forms etc you will find it gets easier and you start to feel better and better in a fairly short amount of time, but it does take some effort to get going. ... (11 replies)
Is CBT hard
May 31, 2009
... I am new at it but it is not as hard as I thought it would be. It takes some time to come up with the counter thoughts in the tea forms but you can have friends or family help and it does get easier. ... (11 replies)
... It sure is but that is what the cbt exercises teach you to do, live in the present. But you have to work at them to turn your thought patterns around. ... (9 replies)
... I urge you to try and find a therapist who specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy aka CBT. I went through all kinds of therapies and all kinds of meds before getting well with CBT. ... (4 replies)
... gals can meet up on here and work together on your TEA forms etc and I will be here to help to and try and answer any questions. I was on meds when I learned CBT and they were helpful in keeping me going until I found CBT but were never going to cure my problems. ... (9 replies)
... Apparently that is one of the telltale signs of panic disorder. Like some have already mentioned cbt is a great way to get control of your anxiety. I use my tea forms first thing in the morning and whenever I am under stress to gain some relief. ... (11 replies)
... to change the way I think and react to things. ... (17 replies)
... I agree with Franks advice. See if it could be hormonal and if it is not see a therapist. ... (7 replies)
... if you want it to really sink in and become your natural healthier way of thinking and reacting to things. I still do my tea forms almost everyday just to keep in practice. It takes time but is well worth it in my experience. ... (6 replies)
... hope that if we kept at it we'd have success too because it was clear early on that the ones who were working hardest at the tools were getting the most results and the leader emphasized this to the rest of us. ... (17 replies)
What helps you?
Aug 5, 2004
... D I agree with everything you said in your note and appreciate the kind words. I stopped posting regularly here because I was feeling un appreciated and under attack. I hope to be back on here more regularly soon but work is quite demanding right now and I am on the road a lot. ... (11 replies)
Is anyone like me?
Dec 11, 2006
... anxiety while sleeping or during the day about situations that "could" occur, but more than likely won't. This is called Pure OCD. I have very similar issues, and I have had them since a small child. This is what differentiates us from your average anxiety dissorder. ... (3 replies)

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