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Learning Not to Worry
July 4, 2009
11:19 am
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I was admitted to the hospital on Wed. for a possibly slight stroke. I'm 48 years old. I try not to worry about the people in my life, money or career issues but it seems to have settled in my mind, body and spirit to the point of severe backaches, headaches and hospitalization. I think I'm worrying about my ex-fiance and his affairs, my job and whether they will lay me off and my bills. I'm trying to decompress via exercise, meditation and journaling; however, I still find myself daydreaming about it. I want to exercise better thought processes and empty my mind of all negative thoughts. It is so hard. I want to live a long and productive, stress-free life. Why am I such a busy body with the things I have no control over?

July 4, 2009
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HI counselor, worry is a big thing in my life, well i try to have it NOT to be.

I find that when I worry, i stop myself, and think better thoughts, and just "be"....exercising is great, I think that helps alot.

Try thinking of the things you have control over.....cuz worry is a useless emotion, does no good...and no one can predict what the future will hold, so try not to add worry into the picture.

Know you are not alone...((camer))

July 5, 2009
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Often we worry about things we have no control over (especially other peoples problems!)So as to sub conciously take our mind of things that CAN be changed in our own lives.If only we would have the courage to look within ourselves and possibly find buried stuff we didn't even know was there that is niggling away at us.Then setting about learning how to change ourselves for the better.And just let others get on with it...I'm still learning.It's co dependent behaviour trying to work out other peoples problems and mulling over what ifs.So you are on the right sight for us to try to help..You will get peace.Serendy.

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