Regardless of which category your anxieties fall into (and they can fall into both at the same time), negative thoughts can pop into your head in two ways.
'Active thinking' occurs when you deliberately think about something that makes you anxious. For example, whilst in mid-air, you start thinking about what you might experience if a wing suddenly snapped off.
Meanwhile, 'automatic association' happens when you spot something that doesn't make you nervous - but it instantly reminds you of another thing that does. For example, as you enter a plane, the benign sight of the seats instantly makes you anxious because it reminds you that you're about to fly.
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