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Using Positive Affirmations to Ease Social Anxiety Disorder Symptoms

By Arlin Cuncic — 2020

Part of the process of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is to learn how to retrain your brain so that you start thinking in more helpful and adaptive ways. Another way to improve your thoughts is by using positive affirmations.

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