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March 31, 2020

Tuesday, March 31, 2020



I have been a worrier for as long as I can remember. When I was growing up, my mother used to say that I would have an ulcer before I was 16. Thankfully that never happened, but I have never stopped worrying either. I need to work on this - it only adds to the real stresses I already have to deal with.
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  • JANS-JOURNEY
    I am still a worrier but I had finally stopped worrying about things I cannot control ~ until the current situation. After 911 I found a way to let it go ~ if it was not under my control I did not let it drain me of my energy. Fast forward to this event and business being slow, work not coming in, seeing the future of money not coming in and boom STRESS and WORRY. I have taken all the steps to ask for loan deferrals both on business and personal to help. The biggest change for me is I started to live proactively when things happen and that helps me fell more in control which means less worry.
    Do something today that makes you feel in control, eating correctly and exercising can be done even if you are house bound. It will make you feel better! emoticon
    213 days ago
  • POLSKARENIA
    Worry is not all it’s cracked up to be.
    My theory, if it doesn’t happen then the worry was for nothing, and if it does, then deal with it as and when...
    213 days ago
  • CANICE
    Thanks for sharing
    214 days ago
  • DAWNWATERWOMAN
    It is hard not to worry right now. You are loved sweet sister.
    214 days ago
  • SETTLESWITHL6
    Sometime we have to accept that we don’t have as much control on things as we think we do, so take each minute as it comes looking too far ahead at the what if’s will rob you of your joy today. I’ve been there and it’s a hard habit to kick
    214 days ago
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