How to Overcome Rumination

Masterclass with Insights from Janiece Anjali Pllc (Mental Health Counselor, MEd, MA, LMHC, LPC)

It’s common to experience rumination after narcissistic abuse.

Rumination is repetitive thinking or dwelling on negative feelings and distress and their causes and consequences. 

Some common signs of this are:

  • Persistent worry about the same issues.
  • Difficulty concentrating on other tasks.
  • Replaying past events or mistakes repeatedly.
  • Negative, critical self-talk.
  • Disturbed sleep patterns, like difficulty falling or staying asleep.

If you can relate to any of those signs, this masterclass could be for you.

Meet Janiece Anjali Pllc.

She is a Mental Health Counselor from Oregon.

Today, she will guide you through seven strategies to help you overcome the challenges associated with rumination.

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  • Warning: This content discusses narcissism and narcissistic abuse. This subject may be triggering for some people. If you find yourself feeling triggered, please click here to watch our Trigger/Flashback Protocol.

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Janiece Anjali Pllc’s Strategies

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First Strategy: Self-Compassion

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Second Strategy: Recognize

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Third Strategy: Evaluate

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Fourth Strategy: Negotiate

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Fifth Strategy: Trade

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Sixth Strategy: Explore 

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Seventh Strategy: Repeat

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