Today's Blog Post
Think evolution - without Safety Behaviors (SBs), the human species might not be here today. Safety Behaviors can be both good and bad. Within the context of anxiety disorders SBs is defined as - acting protectively when you do not need to - and they may create/feed anxiety.
People who struggle with anxiety, tend to use SBs more frequently, and mesh them with Boundaries (not values). By doing so, the person develops a maladaptive behavioral pattern of disconnection vs. connection. How?
Safety Behaviors disconnect you from you and reality
Values create connection to you and reality
Our counseling-coaching style helps people become aware of their SBs, and creates new perspectives via a life value-boundary development process.
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