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      I’ve had insomnia on and off for the past 38 years. Thankfully I’ve always been able to recover completely after struggling mightily for at least a few months. This time it’s back and the sleep anxiety is pretty horrific. Ugggh!

      ✓ Client

        I think because I was able to recover in the past through spiritual affirmations “putting things in the hands of God,” de emphasizing sleep, and “living my best life with sleep issues,” I’m currently trying TOO hard to solve this. I find myself wracking my brain trying to solve it this time and definitely making it worse. Can anyone else relate to trying too hard to fix it and definitely making things worse? If you were able to stop working so hard on solving the problem, how did you do that? I realize even as I’m typing this that I’m working on it. Ugggh!!! Help!!!

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