By JILL RICHARDSON | Vice NewsPosted November 03, 2018 12:24AM ESTUpdated November 03 of 2018 12.16AM ESTAs we all know, it’s pretty common for people to take a “sick trip.”
In fact, we have found that the more we are aware of it, the more likely we are to get the urge to take it seriously.
We know that if we are really anxious, we will often feel anxious and not feel able to feel good.
And we know that we are more likely to get stuck on the “I feel guilty” feeling that accompanies “I am so sick of this feeling.”
So what can you do about it?
Here are 10 tips to help you overcome the “sicken trip” anxiety.1.
Don’t overdo itThe first thing you should do if you are really stuck on “I’m sick of feeling guilty” is to just stop.
This is the first step in making it go away.
Don�t try to do anything else, no matter how hard it might be.2.
Recognize that there is no cure for this feeling1.
Stop feeling guilty, stop trying to feel betterThe next thing you need to do is recognize that there are no “sins” that will fix this feeling.
If you don�t recognize that, then you may think you are not going to change anything.3.
Accept that you are going to feel “gross” when you go to the bathroomIf you find yourself feeling “gross”, you are probably not feeling guilty.
The same goes for people who are “saying it feels bad” when they are “going to the toilet” in public.
You are still feeling guilty even though you know that you have done nothing wrong.4.
Stop blaming yourselfYou may think that it is your fault that you feel guilty.
It is important to recognize that your behavior is your problem, not your guilt.
When we try to control our behavior, we often fail to realize that we do so at our own peril.5.
Stop being ashamedYou may be thinking that you should feel guilty about it.
But, just like you don’t want to be ashamed of your behavior, you don?t want to feel guilty when you are actually “sicking.”
It is so much easier to feel ashamed of our own behavior when we know it is causing a negative reaction.6.
Be aware of the triggersWhen you are “trying to feel bad” or “sitting in my chair”, your body is triggered to respond in the same way.
This may be because you are trying to get to your destination, or it may be that you haven?t gone out in a while.
Your body is also “sucking” in a way.7.
Stop thinking about your own feelingsIf you feel “saddened” by your own behavior, it is easy to try to blame yourself.
This can be a good thing.
If it feels good, then it is likely that you will feel better in the future.
However, it will make things worse for you.8.
Recognizing that you can changeThis is one of the most important things you can do to help yourself.
You can stop feeling guilty when it happens to you, and you can actually stop blaming yourself.
It can help to understand that you, as a human being, are responsible for your actions and not others.9.
Stop acting surprisedWhen you feel upset or disappointed, you might feel guilty because you feel you have been caught.
However if you feel that way, you are still acting surprised.
By acting surprised, you can feel better about your actions.10.
Take a step back