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Journal of Attention Disorders, 13 3 , This belief of being trapped contributes to the feelings of panic. Another common thinking style for those with anxiety disorders is perfectionism, the belief that one should not make mistakes. Such a belief causes a great deal of pressure leading to more anxiety. Cognitive therapy helps the individual to identify these thinking styles and then to challenge the thoughts with rational coping statements such as "I don't have to be perfect.