Summing up, after my previous post, I guess it's the 'what ifs' that creep into our minds that are the basis of all our psychological anguish!
We have an attack of AF, just how many of them have we come through unscathed? So the odds are high that we'll get through this one too and be fine again. Do we really need to let the 'what ifs' enter our head and cause us stress?
The risks we sometimes choose to take in life are at times a little like Russian roulette. We take a chance with a medical procedure that is most likely to make us so much better, but that little voice in the background whispers, but what if. The balance in general is for the best outcome, so I think we need to decide to do our utmost to think positively, tell that inner doubter inside us to be quiet and think about how well we're going to be.
We create our thoughts, no one else is in control of them but us. We really do have the choice to decide whether to think positively or negatively. Which type of person will you strive to be?
Do you have a way to control negative thoughts that you would like to share?