Want a mantra for happiness???
Read on, you can do it . Just decide today come what may I will not lose my happines over it.
Worry, tension, anxiety, anger, fear take a toll on your life. By holding on to them you can only make yourself vulnerable to diseases like hypertension, depression, ulcers, anxiety attacks and various mental and physical ailments.
The bible says you cannot add an inch to your life by worrying.... so why worry ???
One way to handle worry is to learn to laugh at yourself. Make a joke of the situation and exaggerate your emotional reaction a little bit and try telling your friends the funny side ... you can end up being a stand up comedian.
Just take a deep breath before you react... hold it long enough that you are chocking and your focus will change.
Take a long swig of cold water swirl it in your mouth for a while and then react.
Close your eyes bring to your mind a scene that is so pleasing to you and just wander through it for a while before you react.
The world does not come to an end because of a failure, delay, mistake or whatever causes you to worry.
You always have another chance. so let go....
Dont worry - be happy!!
Wow, well said. Most Interesting and Informative, thank you so much for sharing this article on worry.
I agree Sofs. People need to relax, pray on it, and then do what they think they need to do. Things aren't as bad as they seem.
It's been my modus operandi for some time, to take things as they come..deal with them as best I can and let it go.
I also make a point of not worrying about anything that I have no control over. I figure life's too short to waste time worrying about stuff.
Besides, nothing that happens has any real intrinsic value, good or bad. It's the importance you personally place on things...as if to say..it's all in your mind.
Don't worry, relax..laugh..and be happy indeed.
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 Shannon 8 years ago
How to STOP WORRYING about the little things:
by Brenda Thornlow 4 years ago
Are you a worrier?I have been trying for so many years to break the habit of worrying, especially about things over which I have no control. I know, without a doubt, most of what I worry about won't happen, & I remind myself of this all the time, but it's still such a hard habit to break....
by kallini2010 5 years ago
Do you think that worrying has a positive aspect to it?
by Cynthia Calhoun 6 years ago
If you're a worry-wort, can you teach yourself to not worry?
by sofs 8 years ago
All of us worry about something or the other. As I was thinking about this I discovered that I worry way too much about my little ones health, now that I am aware I am working on this. Would you like to share yours?
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