Originally Posted by VIncymon
4) Even if the situation that you were anxious turns out bad, know it will not affect you in the long run and you will soon not care; you will just start caring, if anything, about future situations as opposed to reflecting on the past.
This is the only assertion I have trouble truly believing in. Perhaps as a teenager, or in a bar it doesn't matter, but anxiety-based errors in the work place do add up, and it is only fair to the jobless S.A.ers to include that in your assessment of anxiety.
I am thankful that I haven't lost my job, but I have made too many mistakes in these first 6 months.
If your making mistakes only based on anxiety, what is the anxiety about? Making mistakes? If so, then worrying about making mistakes is the only reason for your mistakes? And rather than reflecting on your 6 months of mistakes, learn that if you direct your mind in another route, with a lot of control, than the mistakes will subside.