Managing Anxious Energy In Love

One question I encounter repeatedly as a relationship coach is “how do I deal with anxiety in my romantic interactions?”

Love, with its inherent uncertainty, tends to bring our hidden anxieties to the fore. We start overthinking and end up looping similar thought patterns, creating more anxiety.

In those phases, we often become rigid in our perspective, mostly leaning towards the negative.

We close ourselves off from new insights, even when they are obvious.

So how do you break free from this cycle of anxiety?

In this blog post, I will detail three tried-and-tested strategies to manage anxiety in love. By adopting these strategies, you’ll start to feel more receptive, cheerful, and deserving of happiness in love.

  1. Pause Before Reacting:

This strategy involves identifying your impulse to hastily react to situations driven by fear.

Instead, take a moment to let the immediate rush of anxiety subside.

Question if your reaction is justified or whether it’s just a knee-jerk response.

Pausing allows you the space to respond thoughtfully and not fearfully.

Remember, the more actions driven by fear, the more fear you generate.

By recognizing this, you’ll know the importance of slowing down and allowing yourself time to process difficult emotions.

I guarantee you’ll be thankful for gaining such control over your reactions. It’s a game-changer that promotes personal growth and provides clarity in love.

  1. Keep Your Enthusiasm In Check:

We often lose sight of our over-eagerness in love. It helps to ask yourself “why” before acting on your impulses. Remember these three things before opening up to someone:

– You are enough on your own.

– You don’t need to validate or justify your feelings.

– Your presence is sufficient and valuable. 

By doing this, you reaffirm to yourself that you’re worthy and it’s completely safe to just be yourself. The results of this attitude will be pleasantly surprising!

  1. Prioritize The Present Over Future Predictions:

Staying rooted in the present is the best way to handle unpredictable situations.

If you’re constantly anticipating future scenarios or trying to decode someone else’s thoughts, you lose your authenticity.

It makes you feel burdened and even manipulative.

Let me tell you, your partner can sense this too.

Instead, strive to stay present, focusing on your thoughts and emotions.

Believe it or not, your partner can also feel this positive shift.

Learning self-trust is crucial in resolving anxiety.

You can’t achieve this without consistently supporting yourself rather than constantly worrying about others.

Practice mind-body connection techniques to stay in the present.

Let me assure you, as you grow in this practice, your partner will be intrigued about your inner world, encouraging a deeper connection.

Remember, I am here to guide you towards gaining a clear understanding of your situation in love.

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Love,

Jen

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