The human mind is an incredible tool. But with its incredible complexity, comes, for many of us, over thinking, which can lead to discomfort, pain, distress and psychological problems, such as depression and anxiety.

We psychologists used to teach people how to stop or let go of destructive  thoughts, but we now realise that, rather than trying to get rid of them, it is fine to just allow them, as long as you don’t get caught up in them; as long as we don’t believe them to be the truth; and as long as we stay mindful of what they really are… just sounds, pictures and feelings.

The  How to Disentangle from Your Destructive Thoughts article on my Psychology Through the Internet site outlines how to do this.

Read the article now by clicking on the link below:


The article discusses a simple and effective way of managing harmful thoughts and feelings that can lead to anxiety, low mood, sleep problems, confidence and relationship problems.

Untangling from destructive thoughts and emotions can help you become more relaxed, happy and psychologically healthy.