When worrying does no good then why human mind worries ?
Because people "let" themselves worry about things Sundeep, & with a lot of practice they can learn to stop worrying..At the same time most things they worry about they never really tackle, & so never goes away..People won't obviously know this if they do worry, but "they" are the cause of their worrying it's not their problems that cause the worry, it's always how their thinking which is emotionally only that causes the worrying..That is something that can be changed in a few months with a lot of practice & then it becomes them, they then become someone who can't worry..By the way the training is CBT training, & was the best thing i ever learn't in my life.
Because we don't fully trust God to take care of the problems we have. It says in the bible not to worry, its as to say I am worrying because I don't think God is going to help with this.
by Shannon 8 years ago
How to STOP WORRYING about the little things:
by Cynthia Calhoun 6 years ago
If you're a worry-wort, can you teach yourself to not worry?
by Kari 5 years ago
Do you have any techniques for dealing with worry?Do you worry a lot? Do you have techniques that you use to deal with times that you can't help but worry? As a side note: While making this question I wrote 'worry' at least twenty times and now it is starting to sound like a foreign word...hate it...
by David Livermore 4 years ago
Are you worried about what happens after you die?I have two fears for when I die: I'll basically cease to exist, have no consciousness, etc. Or, that there is an afterlife and I'll learn the meaning of life, which could be devastating if I handled life wrong!
by kallini2010 5 years ago
Do you think that worrying has a positive aspect to it?
by rikabothra 7 years ago
Do you think we live most of our lives worried about what others might think?Do we live most of our life worried that we are being judged at every step?
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