Worry Falls Into Two Basic Categories
Worry is irrational, when you think about it, because worry falls into two basic categories: things we can’t do anything about and things that we can.
For the things we can’t do anything about, worry is needless suffering. When we can do something about what worries us, we can take action. Of course, this is a simple approach – but it makes sense. Sometimes, the hardest thing has been to do what makes the most sense.
Worrying is a habit that we most likely were taught by powerful role models in our lives. Like most habits, it can be changed with focus and attention.
What have you been worrying about that you can’t change? Can you give up at least that worrying?
What have you worrying about that you can change? What actions can you take to address those issues?