I have a really huge problem with disconnecting into my head and sometimes it is hard to get into functioning but the easiest way for me is trying to get in touch with reality by trying to look around and think about what you could do that maybe you have forgotten about, taking you’re phone or laptop to the side can make you focus better on what is missing around you.
There are lots of things you can try! I use a free app called Tapping Solution that walks me through different meditations. I also like to draw and to colour in adult colouring books! Going for a walk, reading a good book, or listening to podcasts also help me.
The fastest way of getting out of my own head is, thinking of something that makes me happy like, going to the store later, hanging out with friends or family, watch my shows that I like later, taking a nap etc… but actually visualizing me doing these things makes me happy and motivated to get what I need to be done on time and right away 🙂
I sit in a room by myself think positive thoughts or I write down how I feel and forget about everything that has been wrong or went wrong
Glic Ria Z.
I write my feelings and try to understand the issues and solve them. After writing the possible solution, I say to myself that I will do the change and than I see something comedy to feel happy. But see you don't have to be worried so much about the change whole time, you have to bring that change slowly, you will fail and try again, you need to give yourself enough time……Be kind to yourself and give the time that you really need and deserve to change …. .
I Listen to energising ,mood boosting songs. .and try to not think about it.i say to my self that i deserve better.or keep busy on my self so i dont have the time to get in my head .itry focus on positive things rather than negative.
I don't try and get out of my own head. Instead, I like to acknowledge what's there and be an observer. Then I think about it, write about it, make sense of it, and let it go if I need to.
Sometimes it seems impossible to get out of one’s own head. My best way to do so is to listen to energetic music which makes me want to dance and sing as loud as I can! I also enjoy meditating and praying 🤍
I listen to music and clean my home finding the solution … I obviously get more than one so .. I go according to that but I keep worrying a bit still
look around and observe three things you can see. then, observe three things you hear. lastly, if possible, find three things you can touch and try to visualize connecting with and grounding yourself to them.
That's super easy because I'm doing it right now. Petting or playing with my bunny. We have the perfect friendship; she loves to give me kisses and I love to receive kisses from her LOL
Ka Nisha Z.
Lately I have found that whenever I get a negative thought in my mind I try to quickly replace it with a positive affirmation and when I'm not so quick to change it I don't beat myself up about it I reflect and find a positive affirmation and I also am beginning to practice adding on to my affirmation making it not just say a simple one like I am proactive I will say something like I am proactive and I finish my task with ease
Wondering what it would mean if I got out of bed 5 minutes earlier and taking some time to be greatful or time to think about my self
The best and quickest way to get out of my own head is to put on a podcast, call family or a friend, or do some meditation. Hearing someone else’s voice immediately takes me out of my own head and brings comfort to me.
- How do I disconnect?
- When do you start the Disconnect habit before you go to bed? 10 min, 1 hour…?
- How and what do you feel during the time between disconnecting and going to bed?
- I love to play music before sleeping and usually is on my cellphone. What would you suggest to do instead?
- Do you disconnected from everything? What if somebody texts you?
- How can you be indifferent about all the things happening around the world and do not check the news daily?
- What time should I start winding down? I usually go to bed around 9 pm.
- Does disconnecting for the night help?
- How can I create a routine that doesn’t get boring willing time?
- What to do in my disconnect time?