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?
I would like to share mine. But good will that do?
Don't get me wrong. I was trying to understand the purpose behind this question.
I worry about what comes to mind,about simple things of daily life or possible bad things that can happen in the future.
I don't let myself worry, I pratice imagining what I DO want and think about what I want to happen, never what I don't want to happen.
I imagine my kids healthy happy and enjoying life and oh I imagine that everywhere they go people love and adore them treating them just as I would.
Peace and Happy Pleasant thoughts, REALLY it works.
Children - all over the world.
And wars....what they do to them.
I am concerned about the importance we are giving to the money for which some people do really everything. I am concerned that even those we should help us, often thinks only to their earning and not to our health and to our environment. I am worried: I do not know where this will lead us
@ sekharg the question was asked not to get people worrying, but some people have a fleeting nagging thoughts at the back of their minds, which is doing more damage than they imagine and yet they may not even be aware of it.
It is better to understand and evaluate the worry itself , is it worth it?
can you do something positive about it and instead of just worrying?
Coping methods and how to handle worry?
MOW and Fucsia worry about larger issues , creating awareness and garnering support for your valid concerns may help. Also joining forums that work against such issues will help you direct your energy positively.
I worry about my little toe....it hasn't talked to me in a few days!!!!
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