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  1. Amy says:

    This was such a really good post. I really enjoyed reading it. Sometimes I often forget these lessons when I am experiencing tough times.

    1. Yes, sometimes worry can get the upper hand. That is why we must make sure what we are worrying about is worth the stress. Sometimes it is all in our head.

  2. Cheryl says:

    This post was meant for me. I don’t know how many times I have prevented myself from doing things simply because I was afraid. Thank you for this post. I really needed to see it.

    1. It is important to push through any fears or worries you may be having. A lot of times we make things worse than they really are and we could be missing out on a lot of great experiences.

  3. Mike says:

    This is such a great post on worry. I know that I can worry myself sick to the point I am looking for something to drink. Thank you for this post. I want to be able to handle the stressful things that are going on in my life instead of looking for something to drink. Thank you for such an inspiring post.

    1. Yes, worry can be extremely stressful but when you turn to things like alcohol you can make any problem worse. Take the time to analyze what you are worried about. You may be making a problem bigger than it really is. If it is something really difficult for you to handle, ask for help. Every problem has a solution and know that you are strong enough to get through it.

  4. James Traylor says:

    Nice post. I’ve learned over time that worrying almost never has anything to do with the outcome. I’ve since learned to stay calm and ride it out. Thanks!

    1. Thanks, James for your comment. We all have to learn that we stronger than we think.

  5. Mykia Redd says:

    Honestly needed this post. Last week I started my semester in Italy and before I got here I was so worried about everything from money to who I would room with but eventually I realized I have to just let life take its course

    1. I am glad my post could Mykia. Yes, sometimes our worries are much bigger than what is actually happening. Enjoy Italy, I know you will have experiences that you will remember for a lifetime.

  6. Nikki says:

    Love this post! I am the worst worrier. I really need to get it in control.

    1. Thanks, Nikki. I hope that after reading this post you have a better understanding how to gain control over your worries.

  7. Dan says:

    I am currently trying to make my girlfriend read this as she is an excessive worrier. I love this post because its so relatable and easy to read. Your words will be of much use to others, my girlfriend included haha just hope she listens to you

    1. I hope you do get her to read it. It may take some time but I am sure she will start to understand most things are not worth worrying about.

  8. Dan says:

    I love reading this post I’m hoping I can get my girlfriend to read it too. I found it very easy to read and very relatable. I and many other people I know have this problem and sometimes identifying it makes it easier this makes it clear to see thank you

    1. Thank you, Dan. It is better to learn how to gain perspective on what is worth worrying about. Life will be much less stressful.

  9. This is such a great and necessary post! People tend to forget we can’t control everything! Worrying can be such a hinderence.

    1. Thank you, Monique. We can lose out on so many experiences when we allow worry and fear to get the best of us.

  10. Lina says:

    Sometimes it helps if you talk yourself out of the worry by accepting all the bad things that can possibly happen in certain situations. They usually never happen…:)

    1. You are so right, Lina. If people realized that most of what they worry able will not come true, they would be much happier and less stressed.

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