Excessive imaginary in most cases occurs due to low self-esteem, increased anxiety, due to an abundance of internal fears and fears, due to distrustful attitudes to the world. An imaginary and restless person depends on opinion from the side, responds painfully to criticism and remarks, feels lost and insecure in any stressful situation, and sometimes in the usual living conditions.$ However, it is not just certain emotions and feelings that this dubious personality trait is connected.
Psychologists believe that the degree of suspicion and anxiety depends on how well a person has developed memory. Obsessions, associated primarily with fear, arise when a person fails to memorize what he is doing. In this situation, various simulators and exercises that strengthen memory will help reduce the degree of imaginary.
Additionally, imaginary people are often completely immersed solely in their disturbing experiences and fantasies. They can think of a lot of things at once, performing any actions entirely on the automaton. To cope with suspicion and anxiety, you need to learn to consciously commit any actions, to accustom yourself to “be in the moment”, to live “here and now”. Attention concentration training will help with this.
To cope with an anxious condition, it is worth turning to various relaxation methods and to meditation. In addition, meditative techniques will help to develop awareness as well.
Struggling with excessive imaginary, you need to abandon dark fantasies. Lining in thoughts negative scenarios of any situations causes the level of internal anxiety to rise. The more powerful a man screws himself, the more imaginary and distrustful he becomes.
If the painful imaginations are based on internal fears, any traumatic memories, then they need to be worked out. It can’t always be done on your own. Then you should seek advice and support from a specialist — psychologist, psychotherapist, psychoanalyst. It is important to understand that sometimes excessive imaginary is a symptom of obsessive-compulsive personality disorder, and then without working with a specialist.
A psychological technique can help to cope with an unpleasant condition, which is based on bringing to the absurdity of one’s own fears and experiences. One should not try to suppress or drown out anxieties and excitement, but “inflate” them to the point where they look comical and ridiculous.
Keeping a diary will help to free your head from obsessive thoughts. In it you need to record all your experiences, excitement and anxiety. It is worth describing frightening situations and what they concluded. In most cases, excessive suspicion will not justify itself. And if rational analysis of life situations is difficult for an imaginary person, then rereading diary entries will allow another look at events and results from them.
For an imaginary personality it will be useful to develop a habit literally in steps to think about their actions and actions. For example, “now I’ll go into the kitchen and turn off the stove.” In some situations, it is necessary to talk out loud and then to proceed with its implementation. For greater effect, you can always carry a small notebook with you, contributing all the information about what has been done.