How to Be Anxious for Nothing
It’s the word "if." Think about it. We spend so much time worrying… "if we lose our house," "if I get sick" or “if I lose my job”… that we can't enjoy life. Erma Bombeck said, "Worry is like a rocking chair: it gives you something to do but never gets you anywhere." And Dr. Gary Oliver says you can master worry by doing 10 things. First, face your worries. Second, pinpoint your worries and anxieties. Third, write down the reasons or causes for your worry. Here are the rest of the 10 Ways to Master Worry.