Worry is defined as a negative thinking pattern about unresolved and fearsome issues that could have serious consequences.
In life, we all have problems. But sometimes, when we are trying to use our energy to focus on solving these problems, we direct our energy to worry.
Research shows that when asked why people worry, many say it's because they are trying to solve problems. Another study found that people believe worry is necessary to find the best solutions.
Recognising the difference and moving away from worry can help to solve your problems efficiently.
Just thinking about our problem can make us feel anxious.
It causes us to worry about the issue instead of focusing on the problem objectively. Worry also feels productive. But mulling over possible outcomes (mostly the bad ones) won't get us anywhere.
While anxiety is normal when you first identify a threat, it's not helpful when you're trying to solve a problem.
If you answered yes to these questions, you might be worrying.
There is no such thing as "good worry". Instead of worrying, try to do the following:
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