Isn’t being vaccinated supposed to make me feel less anxious?
Why does this feel so weird? We met in person after we were vaccinated but we were all wearing masks and it took courage to take them off.
These are some of the comments I have been hearing lately. Digging a little deeper, it seems that most vaccinated people are now more worried about breaking the new social rules than they are about Covid 19.
It is entering a new area of uncharted territory. How is the vaccinated class supposed to relate to those who are less fortunate? Nobody really knows and you need to make it up as you go along. And, after so long distancing from others, you are out of practice about how to reconnect.
And it’s not just you—it’s like we are all trying to figure out a new set of rules together and we are each a bit nervous about doing it wrong.
Logosynthesis and the 3 core sentences you learn to use in Letting It Go will help. Identifying whose disapproval you worry about will help you identify the trigger you can start with. Then other images and memories may lead you to older scenes you barely remember.
Just follow the simple steps and notice how the anxiety dissolves.
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