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“Worrying is carrying tomorrow’s load with today’s strength- carrying two days at once. It is moving into tomorrow ahead of time. Worrying doesn’t empty tomorrow of its sorrow, it empties today of its strength.” Corrie ten Boom
“If a problem is fixable, if a situation is such that you can do something about it, then there is no need to worry. If it’s not fixable, then there is no help in worrying. There is no benefit in worrying whatsoever.” Dalai Lama XIV
“How would your life be different if…You stopped worrying about things you can’t control and started focusing... (more)
Worry only feeds our panic over situations that are beyond our control.
Letting go and trusting seems impossible.
My family’s word for over thinking is Mental Kung-Fu. Try saying it and soon you will smile at the image of thoughts wrangling with each other. Laughter cuts through our anxiety because we realize how absurd we are.
Might as well give up. I was not designed to control everything and everyone. So I might as well give up control and give God His job back. When I accept that I am simply a child of God, nothing... (more)
...Not that no one needs them, but doctors today seem to not have as much integrity as many people once thought. Anytime the answer to my problem does not take perseverance, I question whether it is indeed the right choice.
Many times when we think we are being paranoid we are actually just worrying for good reason. Worrying can be a good thing because if we don’t worry about things that are important to us it can be a personal disaster.Worrying too much can fester inside of us and lead to panicking. Panicking is a terrible feeling that you really do physically feel through an... (more)
...sanity. When I feel at my wit's end, this quote makes me laugh and cuts through stress.One in four people are mentally unbalanced.Think of three friends.
If they seem fine,You're the one.
I never fail to smile, even after reading these lines hundreds of times. This reaction pushes worry to the side. When I don't take myself too seriously by entertaining the thought that I might be slightly unbalanced, I immediately stop over reacting. My worries are now put into perspective. Laughter is the best way to snap out of melodrama.
Cognitive therapists love to tell us not to... (more)
...to be someone else. You think you can help me, or should help me. Is my deficit that annoying for you to bear? Don't fix me to make yourself feel better; realize that in trying to fix me, you are tearing me apart. I know I'm sick, I'm ill, I'm addicted. I binge, purge, use, fixate, cut, obsess, worry, and rage. I listen to voices that tell me about how you want to change me, to make me better. Really? I don't see the life you live as better. I see that your scared to let your weaknesses show, to claim them as your own. To know and show that they are a part of you, like every part that is... (more)
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