One of the points I mentioned elsewhere is to stop talking to others about your anxiety, since this reinforces the condition. Labelling the anxiety as yours by using language like ‘my anxiety’ is particularly damaging as this causes you to identify with the anxiety as a part of who you are.
Similarly, you must be aware of your inner dialogue, the way you are thinking and the way you are talking to yourself (even out loud, yes we all do it when no one’s listening!)
The way we talk to ourselves and others about our energy partly defines our relationship with it. If we identify with it, it becomes much harder to then detach from it in order to recover.
A much more positive approach is to start referring to yourself as someone who used to experience anxiety. Adopt the mindset that you have already recovered, and use the language that’s appropriate.