5 simple steps to improve your self-talk
The Anti-Anxiety Notebook has helped over 200,000 people put the power of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to practice and see real results.
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Describe the situation that caused you anxiety.
Pinpointing a moment in time can help you better understand your emotions and reactions to a situation.
Note down the thoughts going through your mind
Put yourself back in that moment and note the thoughts that were in your head.
Name your emotions and rate their intensity
Staring at a blank page is daunting. Trying to process your anxiety with no guidance whatsoever? Even worse. The journal entries provide 5 easy guided prompts that help you catch, challenge, and change your unhelpful thought patterns in just a few minutes.
Spot the thinking traps that make you anxious
You'll be equipped with The Feelings Wheel (a tool therapists use with their clients!) and a list of Cognitive Distortions to help you identify the nuances of your feelings and the "thinking traps" that you might be falling prey to.
Reframe those thoughts, and take a different perspective.
This resource is designed to help anxious thoughts as and when they come, so you don't have to use it every day. It's an empowering, self-guided way to resolve feelings, especially when other support systems like friends, family, or therapists are not around.
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