If you are a person who tends to worry a lot, there are a few ways you can shift that mindset. First, think about your mortality and how small whatever you’re dealing with actually is in perspective. Next, thing about things in your past that seemed like a huge deal but then you ended up forgetting about or getting past as time moved on. Finally, go outside at night and look at the stars so you can focus on a much more beautiful scenery.
- Remembering our mortality and the fact that we are human can help put things into perspective and help us worry less about things that aren’t really important.
- Making a timeline can help us realize that as time goes on, we stop focusing on singular events and don’t worry about them.
- Finally, look into the stars and just learn to relax. The stars can help shed light on how small our issues really are.
“Few things are certain in life, but at the time of this writing, death is still inevitable. In the best-case scenario, we enjoy healthy, happy lives for around 100 years before a timely passing.”
Read more: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-modern-brain/202002/3-ways-manage-worry-perspective-shifting