Research has shown that the stronger you attempt to block these thoughts the stronger they return. Remember they are thoughts not facts. Try to keep things light until you can see the psychiatrist. I suspect you suffer fro a significant degree of insecurity. So take it slow. Don't predict because if you do they will tend to be negative predictions. Use you thinking as well as your feeling. This will serve you well. Best wishes and good luck.
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It means that there are two parts to our psyche, the feeling part which are purely emotional reactions. The other part is the thinking or rational part. We have to subject our emotions to thought, An example: I hate someone and they put me in a rage to the extent (this is an extreme) that I am willing to kill the person. It is our thinking that tells us we are over reacting, that the consequences are confinement for life. Is it worth it?
Is that clearer.