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Stopping Worry and Anxiety NOW!

It is a natural human instinct to attach a meaning to a situation in order to develop predictions about the future should a similar even occur. Thereby our core beliefs are like a set of rules that become deeply rooted in our attitude and personality as an instinctive guide to set into motion our reactions to environmental triggers.

Negative beliefs are often associated with repeated distressing experiences in our past.

Whether in war or peace, the chief difference between good thinking and bad thinking is this: good thinking deals with causes and effects and leads to logical, constructive planning; bad thinking frequently leads to tension and nervous breakdowns.

Worry and anxiety stem from accumulated yesterdays and fearful tomorrows.

“Every day is a new beginning to a wise man”

If you do the right things today you do not have to worry about tomorrow. For tomorrow will take care of itself.

Today is our most precious possession.

The child says, “When I am a big boy.” But what is that? The big boy says, “When I grow up.” And then, grows up, he says, “When I get married.” But to be married, what is that after all? The thought changes to “When I’m able to retire.” And then, when retirement comes, he looks back over the life he lived he wonders, “Where did it go? He has missed it all, and it is gone.

”Life, we learn too late, is in the living, in every moment of every hour of every day.”

“This is the day the Lord hath made; we will be glad and rejoice in it.”

“Yesterday is but a dream and tomorrow is only a vision.”

"Yesterday is but a dream and tomorrow is only a vision. Today is where opportunity lives."

3 Exercises To Overcome Worry

Exercise 1

Step 1. Analyze the situation fearlessly and honestly and figure out what is the worst that could possibly happen

Step 2. After figuring out what was the worst that could possibly happen, accept it

Step 3. Calmly formulate ideas on how to better the situation

Exercise 2

Step 1. Law of Averages – look up statistics on the situation and find the true facts which will put your mind at ease by putting things into perspective. Putting things into perspective will put your mind at ease. Put your mind at ease by putting things into perspective

Exercise 3

Gratitude. Begin your day by writing down 10 things you are grateful for.

One of the worst disadvantages about worry is that it destroys your ability to concentrate

Worrying destroys your ability to think logically and see things clearly in every situation. If you begin to implement these quick simple exercises I can guarantee you that you will notice a decrease in your level of worry and anxiety. You will begin to feel better and start to truly enjoy each day with less stress.

I hope this has helped you and you live a successful and fulfilled life.

You are Stronger Than Failure!

Danny Cole

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