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Avoidance: FACE Worksheet
On this page, we will provide you with an Avoidance: FACE Worksheet. It will help you face your fears and become a brave person.
What is the Avoidance: FACE Worksheet?
Avoidance runs away from reality, and challenging situations for you or you don’t want to face. Avoidance behaviors are any actions or behaviors you choose as a defense mechanism to get away from facing the situation you don’t want to deal with. The worksheet will help you to face your fearful situations, thoughts, and deal with them effectively. Taking those small, positive, steady steps to banish your fear will do wonders to calm down your brain and life.
How will the Avoidance: FACE Worksheet help
Avoidance is not a solution other than a short-term management technique that will prevent you from experiencing immediate distress if you don’t deal with it and keep avoiding the situation for the long term. It not only just exaggerates the problem but also makes it worse. Hence facing your fears is very important to lead a healthy life. Facing your fears will make you a healthy and brave person. It will also improve your self-esteem and self-confidence.
Instructions to use Avoidance: FACE Worksheet
Follow the worksheet given below to face your fears and deal with them effectively.
You can download this worksheet here.
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On this page, we provided you with the Avoidance: FACE Worksheet. It helped you deal with your fears and become a brave person.
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