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Do You Worry About Everything?

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Whatever is going to happen will happen, whether we worry or not. - Ana Monnar

 

Is your natural tendency to worry and stress about everything large and small? If it is then you need to learn to let some things go and to put a realistic value on what’s left behind. Worrying about every little thing is time consuming, destructive, and among other things totally unnecessary. Being able to realize when you are over doing it takes the ability to self analyze not just yourself and your behaviors, but being able to put a value on the cause of the worry too. Once you can separate what is worth worrying about and what isn’t, you won’t overburden yourself with unnecessary worry and strife. If you are a worry wart and want to change start off small.

 

I can’t stress this enough, pick something that isn’t a big deal in the grand scheme of things and let it go. Every time you find yourself worrying about it, stop yourself from finishing those sentences of what if? (In your head) Only through doing this on a smaller scale with consistent positive outcomes and over time, will this become second nature. If you find it difficult to stop worrying, don’t give up have faith and try, try again. You need to put the energy you use for worrying into something more positive. Remember you allow yourself to worry so you can over time teach yourself not to worry, especially over the small things. The unnecessary stress that worrying causes a person can lead to negative effects on one’s health. If you are consistent and find an outlet for your worry, it will go a long way towards fostering a healthier attitude.

 

Drag your thoughts away from your troubles... by the ears, by the heels, or any other way you can manage it. - Mark Twain