Mind Games: Worry

Thought now might be a good time to reblog this one. Worry has definitely visited me lately. Stay safe and sheltered. Sending a big thanks and lots of love to our essential workers out there. ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ˜˜

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By Paula Bianchi โ€“

Since we all worry, I thought this would be a good mind
game to cover and try to point out some ways to rise above it, because worry is
something we use to project our worst-case scenarios. Itโ€™s also a way we may
choose to react to things that are out of our control.

Every mother or father worries about their child, from the time theyโ€™re born and into their adult lives, then, our kids worry about us in our golden years. Families worry about their health & mental health, friends, activities, safety, if their parenting right, who theyโ€™ll marry, and careers, to name a few.

We worry about keeping our jobs or finding a new one. Thereโ€™s worry if our boss or co-workers like us. Our worry for money goes hand and hand with our ability to secure a well-paying job for ourselves and ourโ€ฆ

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