I’m a professional worrier. As many of you already know I have generalize anxiety. Understanding anxiety is the first step to recognizing and dealing with the fears and thoughts that constantly play in your mind.
Worrying is an emotion of a projected future, one that has no guarantee of occurring. Yet sometimes it can freeze you in place.
When you write your worries down, it seems funny to give something that much energy with no guarantee of it even happening. Yet, I do this regularly and I know I’m not the only one.
Spinning thoughts and worry create a heavy energy that can weigh you down and crush you.
It doesn’t help when the people who surround echos or trigger your anxiety. If you know a professional worrier, please read the top 3 things not to say to someone with anxiety.
The amount of unnecessary stress and pressure that we often carry is staggering.