Hi everyone, I'm hoping that you could share your insight on something that I've having a hard time with. Dr. Sarno encourages us to "think psychologically" whenever we are tempted to focus in on our physical symptoms. The idea is to divert our attention to our emotional problems and turmoil in order to rewire our brain and train ourselves to focus on what may be troubling us unconsciously rather than on our symptoms. However, I can't help but feel like "thinking psychologically" is very similar to worrying, or can lead to worry. How do you think about your problems and emotions without succumbing to worry? For me, naturally when I think about my emotions and issues, I cannot escape worrying about them. For example, if I think about how my current relationships or work or future is causing me emotional stress/unconscious rage, I naturally tend to worry about these problems and thereby cause more stress and more rage. How do you distinguish between "thinking psychologically" and worrying, especially when thinking about your emotions and problems is naturally tied closely with worry? I hope this makes sense. Any insight would be greatly appreciated!