How to STOP WORRYING about the little things:

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  1. MamaDragonfly2677 profile image72
    MamaDragonfly2677posted 9 years ago

    How to STOP WORRYING about the little things:

  2. socio-literature profile image60
    socio-literatureposted 9 years ago

    Some ways to manage your worries about the little things are,
    1 Stay rested.
    2.Keep busy.
    3.Have something to look forward to.
    4.Postpone the worry.
    5.Replace worry.
    6.Get an action plan
    7.Think: “What are the chances of it actually happening?”
    Just try it.Thankyou....

  3. JDove-Miller profile image78
    JDove-Millerposted 9 years ago

    One of the best ways to rid yourself of worry is to ask yourself, "What is the worst that could happen."  If the worst is not so bad, that will help you calm down.

    Another method to help reduce worry is to look at history and ask how things have turned out in similar situations in the past.  If the outcome has been something you can deal with, that helps you calm too.

    In either of these scenarios, once you've answered the worry question, start making plans for the possible consequences; that way you have something semi-concrete on which to focus to get yourself out of your own head.

  4. probyte2u profile image71
    probyte2uposted 9 years ago

    I have written a guide how to stop worrying the practical way. 

    Hope this stops your worries !

    http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-stop-wor … ctical-way

  5. Waren E profile image52
    Waren Eposted 9 years ago

    Increasing wisdom, increasing faith in God,understanding that this life is temporary anyway,the ways of this world will always be prone to change,but ultimately  believing and knowing faith in God is an ACTIVE,LIVING,GUIDING and HELPING substance in your life and worrying is just the opposite!

        Take the reasons and sensations of worrying,and humbly convey them to God for processing,because discomfort in this life is a serious thing to Him!

  6. profile image43
    myboyBillyposted 9 years ago

    How to stop worrying about the little things? Simple. Do something about them. MMPI (Minnesota Multiphasic Psychological Inventory) data indicates a strong and staistically significant correlation between incidental "worry" and procrastination.

  7. freedmand profile image57
    freedmandposted 8 years ago

    Know what to expect and anticipate about every aspect of the situation without allowing yourself to get too caught up in it. I've written a hub about it:

    http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Live-without-Stress

  8. mintinfo profile image73
    mintinfoposted 8 years ago

    Know that you are here to learn. The intangible parts of you (soul and spirit) cannot be harmed by the bad decisions you may make. Strive to make good decisions and small worries will disappear.

  9. GNelson profile image76
    GNelsonposted 8 years ago

    These are good suggestions.  I would like to add music.  Bob Marley or Jimmy Buffet are hard to worry with.

  10. illerioluwa profile image55
    illerioluwaposted 8 years ago

    In order to overcome worry i believe you need to know it disadvantages to your health both physically and emotionally. consider this few following points:
       Worrying can possibly lead to death.
       Anxiety is an outcome of worry  as cancer and other deadly diseases are related to it.
       Ulcer and headaches are one of the physical ailments accompanied with worry, emotionally you begin to have this feeling or become the followings; doubtful,Discouraged, regrets, envious, ungrateful, depressed.
        People who worry suffer from anxiety disorders.
                                         HOW TO STOP WORRYING
    Instead of thinking about problems think of solutions
    Don't read meanings to things easily.
    Don't jump to conclusion fast.
    Learn to be Patient with yourself and others.
    Learn to tolerates some things.
    Be positive.
    Be grateful and contented with what you have.

    .

 
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