Part of being human is the reality of worrying. We worry about our finances, our health, our loved ones and a host of other concerns. There are times when the worries overwhelm us, and it can deplete us of energy and purpose. It is not really helpful to tell someone to stop worrying but I found that most worries have little definition and are vague ,but still scary. I would suggest that you select a small period of time between ten and fifteen minutes a day and focus solely on the issues that worry you. Define them in all of the drastic outcomes and implications. When they appear at other times refer them to the worry period. The reality is that worrying is part of life ,but ninety percent of what we worry about does not happen. About four percent is beyond our control and six percent needs to be dealt with in some behavioral way.

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