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What do you worry about?

  1. algarveview profile image89
    algarveviewposted 5 years ago

    What do you worry about?

    Do you think you should be more relaxed about it?

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    Garifaliaposted 5 years ago

    Thanks for the question. You know, even speaking about what worries one this way can release some of the tension. I worry about my children's future. As we speak there are 1,400.000 unemployed people in Greece, the majority of which are young people in their most productive years of life. Two of those are my children. If anyone out there has any ideas please write in; your views to what might be done are welcomed.

    1. algarveview profile image89
      algarveviewposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Hi, sorry I have no ideas... Nonetheless, I totally understand what you mean and yes, talking about our worries it's one of the best therapies around, so let's just talk about them... At least we will feel more relieved afterwards...

  3. lburmaster profile image83
    lburmasterposted 5 years ago

    Is everything done? What needs to be done? Is my house in order? I'll work on the house on Saturday. Will I be on time for work? What to eat when I come home? I'll think about it when it happens. When will I schedule my surgery? I'm busy each day that the office is open and their closed on weekends. Maybe I can delay the surgery for two months. What about the winter session at work? I will never have time for it. Do I have enough money on my card to get he cats declawed? Will I have the time to drive to the SPCA? Or what about my teeth? Each of these is an all day thing. I can't take time off work for them. They will have to wait.

    Yep, I need to be more relaxed.

  4. profile image0
    JThomp42posted 5 years ago

    I worry most about my Loved one's passing away before I do. This has been reality so far and it is really hard to deal with.

  5. SweetJoy profile image58
    SweetJoyposted 5 years ago

    Well... Since I am California Native here, I used to worry about everything in my daily whole life. But, I asked myself - "why should I be more worried about everything? Remind myself of being so much lucky to stay alive happily.." And I finally realized that worrying about my life is just wasting my time. So - I am here to enjoy blogging and reading every article about health, beauty, education, and finances. Reading and writing my blogs are more fun! Learning other people's feedback in my blogs is importantly educated to me because I think that every feedback in my blogs helps me to know what to write and what to not write. :-)

    Writing and reading blogs/articles really help you resting. No stress needed.

  6. securityproducts3 profile image42
    securityproducts3posted 5 years ago

    I worry about not finding a job after college. Probably not the only one either...

  7. Rosana Modugno profile image84
    Rosana Modugnoposted 5 years ago

    Truly, I don't worry as much as I used to.  When my children were younger, I worried a lot about them.  But as they grew into adults and went out on their own and my marriage dissolved, I found myself alone, with worries of my own but about myself, and realized, I don't worry about myself at all.  Worry is a waste of time.  It never changes the outcome or anything surrounding it.

  8. Peanutritious profile image60
    Peanutritiousposted 5 years ago

    What don't I worry about! Finding work, finding my soulmate, my finances, my friends, family and pets dying. I realise it's ridiculous and doesn't change anything but i'm just anxious constantly.

  9. edhan profile image59
    edhanposted 5 years ago

    As a parent, we worry about our children from growing up till the day they get married and having their own children.

    I believe it is part and parcel of a family in life. So, now my children are in University, we are worried about their studies. Soon when they start to work, we will worry about them finding the right jobs.

  10. mathira profile image84
    mathiraposted 5 years ago

    I worry a lot of many things. One is that I must be financially independent and I am working at it. I write articles in hubpages and I do have a passable viewers. but i do not know how to monetize my hubs and this is my recent worry.

 
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