November 12


Do you worry too much? 4 Worrying Mistakes You Should Stop Making

By Margaret

If you are worried too much, you should go and talk to someone! Worrying is a normal part of human life but if you feel as if it has gotten out of hand, then you should go and speak with someone. Venting your feelings and getting them out there is a great way to release some stress and help you get to the place where you need to be. Stick the course, have a plan, and things will be okay.

Key Takeaways:

  • Although the author states that worrying could be caused by technology, insomnia and sleep deprivation, the article is not on the causes of worrying.
  • Anxiety should be seen as a drive to eliminate uncertainty which is its archenemy.
  • When chronic worriers refuse to accept the possibility of a negative event in the future, it causes worrying.

“According to the Anxiety and Depression American Association (ADAA) almost 40 million American adults — one-fifth of the population— suffer from chronic worrying and other anxiety disorders which makes them the most common mental illness in the U.S.”

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