Mel Robbins presents a way to interrupt the negative thought patterns that have become encoded in one’s brain (via repetition) and have become “habitual”. Once you interrupt an embedded habit, you could also use the interrupt to trigger a new positive thought and behavior pattern. Rinse and repeat cycle to embed that new and more positive habit.
After ending a negative and abusive relationship one could be filled with anxiety and self doubt. Repeating a thought process helps it to become automatic. The Mel Robbins 5 Second Rule could help one to break negative habits and establish new and more positive habits on the journey to recovery.
At first, I thought that her rule seemed too simplistic. I decided to try the Mel Robbins 5 Second Rule. I was surprised that it worked for me.
Self-doubt is a dream-killer.
The Mel Robbins 5 Second Rule
could help you end it.
Video is courtesy of the Mel Robbins YouTube channel