That's kind of like doing your own self surgery?

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Start with a journal where you regularly note your feelings, thoughts and anything else that's in your head. Then, after a while you'll start to see patterns emerge of areas that need help. Take these areas, one at a time, and push youself to recognize them and think through them. If it's a fear, try to force yourself closer to the fear. Eventually that monster in the back of your mind should turn into a mop leaning against the wall because you've finally turned the light on to see it for what it is. <br />
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Of course, this is a horribly bad idea for someone dealing with trauma. You're setting yourself down a path that could cause more pain and/or anxiety, without anyone there to help pull you back from the edge. Professionals know how to get you there....start with a toe in the water, and he'll pull you back before you're up to your neck.

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plenty of books out there about it

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Good question! How about this: write a long stream of conscious rationalization for achieving some goal. Then add new considerations to the essay every day. Hey, its just a first thought!

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