Stop worrying so much love…..
Everyone has their moments of worries. Worrying can be helpful in milder situations but worrying can also be very negative. When your constantly worrying about the “what if’s” and the past, it can become a huge problem.
When your constantly thinking the worst, worrying and negatively viewing life can take a toll on your emotional and physical health. Worrying can leave you feeling restless, cause stomach problems, muscle tension, and make it difficult to concentrate at work or school. Sometimes you can take your feelings out on the people closest to you.
You are not alone in this world so don’t think you are!
It’s very difficult trying to be productive in your daily activities when anxiety and worry are dominating your thoughts from your everyday activities. For starters, instead of trying to get rid of your worrying habit, give yourself a worry period. Choose a time and place for worrying. Make sure it’s the same time everyday and use this time to worry about whatever is on your mind. The rest of the day however is WORRY FREE!
Try writing down your worries!
If your worries come to mind during the day, try writing them down in a journal. Buy a journal or diary and write “WORRIES” on the cover. Use this book as a self-guide so when you recover from your worry battles, you can look back at them and be happy with your new self.
Don’t be afraid to talk to someone about your worries. Some worrying is more unhealthy and worst than others, that’s why it is so important to tackle them head on. Reach out to a friend, a pastor, mentor, advisor, professor, teacher or loved one because you never know who has a story to share with you so that your road to recovery becomes a lot simpler.
Train your brain to stay calm and look at life from a different perspective!