When you're in this "GO GO GO!", frenzied state, a state of action & reaction, you may come to feel powerless in your own life. Pressure, both external and internal can be overwhelming. The anxiety from the recognition of things spinning outside of your control can and in most cases does overpower you, leaving you feeling exhausted, frustrated, angry and possibly alone. Unfortunately this way of (un) living has become a norm, a standard in our lives that people have come to accept. An expectation driven by a need to chase an ideal that is not in alignment with who we are. It is also the constant schedule of tasks that keep us from, conveniently so, getting to know who we are, truly. All of these factors add up to psychological, emotional and spiritual stress, which ultimately cause problems in your life and in your health.
The more you practice this new way of communicating with yourself the easier it will become to correct the negative self talk. Our brains hate to be wrong and will do everything in its power to prove your thoughts to fruition. It takes mindfulness, patience, and courage to change your behavior. You are the one who has to conclude what works best for you.