No Reply Anxiety – Retrain your mind to be calm while you wait for responses
Do you get anxious if people don't immediately reply to your texts or emails?
Do you fret about why they haven't responded yet, or whether it means something bad about them, or you?
How quickly should we respond to messages and emails?
We kind of expect nowadays that everyone we communicate with will respond immediately. As if it's their duty to do so, as if they owe it to you, because you sent them a message.
You may not even realize that you feel like this until you notice that you're getting annoyed, or anxious, when replies don't come as quickly as you expect.
And not just anxious because you want to know what's in the reply, but because you start to puzzle over the lack of reply itself.
What does it mean? You feel they ought to have replied by now, so if they haven't, there must be something behind it. This kind of thought is like quicksand. It sucks you in and doesn't let you go. Your mind fills with worst case scenarios and your anxiety rises higher.
Everyone is living their own lives – and so are you
It's easy to forget how new modern instant methods of communication are. Cell phones and email and the internet are all around us all the time, so it feels like they've always been here.
We take it for granted that we can contact someone in an instant, directly or on social media, and think it's normal for an answer to come winging back straight away. It's brilliant, no question. It's made life easier for everyone.
The speed of it all can make us forget that other people don't live their lives around us. They have their own concerns, their own priorities. We are not necessarily number one on their personal agenda.
And this is okay, because we are in the same position – other people are not necessarily top of our agenda either. We don't have to jump the instant anyone contacts us about something.
What you feel is more powerful than what you think
The trouble is, if those quicksand thoughts have sucked you in, this rational understanding is not much help, is it? It still feels as though something is wrong, maybe that person is angry with you, maybe something awful has happened to them, maybe your relationship with them is at an end, on and on with obsessive worrying thoughts.
And indeed, feeling is the key here. ‘Waiting for a reply' has become associated in your mind with ‘feeling anxious'. You didn't do this deliberately. It's an unconscious process.
But fortunately this doesn't mean you can't do anything about it. You can directly communicate with your unconscious mind to make or unmake associations.
And hypnosis is the best and easiest way to do this.
Hypnosis can break unwanted links and make new healthy ones
Overcome No Reply Anxiety is an audio hypnosis session that will quickly calm that misplaced anxiety, completely erase the old link and give you a whole new calm, free, relaxed approach to handling your communications with everyone.
As you relax and listen repeatedly to your download, you'll notice that you:
- Relax more quickly and more deeply each time you listen
- Sense a pool of inner calm spreading out through your life
- No longer compulsively check for replies
- Easily turn your attention to other things
- Feel more and more confident and secure in yourself
- Find your relationships with others more rewarding and enjoyable.
Download Overcome No Reply Anxiety now and restore your peace of mind. You can listen on your computer or device or via our free app which you can access when you have completed your purchase.
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