“Worrying does not empty tomorrow of its troubles. It empties today of it’s strength.” ~Corrie Ten Boom
What if you lost everything–your house, car and your job? What if your child is born with a birth defect or severe illness? What if your spouse leaves you for someone hotter, more intelligent and wealthier? What if you lose a limb in a horrible accident? What if you are the victim of a violent crime or terrorist attack? What if Trump serves another term? What if your mom dies? What if…
The words “what” and “if,” when combined, form one of the most powerful and debilitating forces in the world: worry. “What if” is the foundation, the glue and the very fiber that constructs our worst fears
Worry affects us al. No one, regardless of age, race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status or religious affiliation is exempt from worry.
When working to overcome pervasively worrisome thoughts, you must first realize that your fears are valid and could possibly materialize no matter how far-fetched they may be. The antidote to worrying is embracing the fact that where ever you are–including your past, present or in the future–is exactly where you should be. It is a deep-rooted knowledge that each situation you face, regardless how good or bad, is exactly what you need. read more.