“What worries you controls you.” – Unknown
Some of those worries are legitimate fears, and it’s important to take them seriously. Other worries are more vague, or they’re less likely to occur. And yet we ruminate, and turn them over in our minds.
So what can you do when worries grip and torture us?
1. Find a time and place where you can be alone, and undisturbed.
2. Take some paper, or open a blank page on your computer, and start making a list of all your different worries and anxieties.
3. As you start making your list, you will find more worries will come to the surface. Allow them to come.
4. On a scale of 1-10, write down how realistic each of these worries and anxieties is, and the reason why you have assigned that particular value to them.
5. For each worry and anxiety, write down 2…
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