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Why are certain kinds of uncertainty stickier than others? Why does some content keep coming back, while other, similar content doesn’t? In this, part 4 of our 4-part real therapy series with patient “Danielle,” Dr. Maggie digs into this and other important questions such as: How do I choose which fear to tackle first in exposure therapy? Does worrying less mean I care less? and much more!
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1:26 – The power of feeling heard and validating
4:44 – The powerful mind-body connection
7:41 – Coping with uncertainty: God and nutrition
12:17 – Handling certain uncertainty
15:22 – Deliberately challenging your content
19:59 – Types of avoidance
20:51 – What “safety measures” are you willing to let go of?
22:33 – The repetitive “check” that keeps uncertainty alive
26:03 – Does worry mean you care more?
26:51 – From catastrophizing to challenging
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