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7 Ways to Deal with Uncertainty So You Can Be Happier and Less Anxious

How to embrace an uncertain future

How to embrace an uncertain future
  • Replace expectations with plans. You can guide your tomorrow, but you can’t control the exact outcome.
  • Prepare for different possibilities.
  • Become a feeling observer. It isn’t the uncertainty that usually bothers you; it’s the tendency to get lost in your feelings about it.
  • Get confident about your coping and adapting skills. Ask yourself, “What’s the worst that can happen?”
  • Practice mindfulness. Notice and appreciate the beauty of the moment.

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