Ralph Waldo Emerson
Fear defeats more people than any other one thing in the world." 


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 Turn Worry Into A Constructive Process
  1. Use a note-taking app and create a new note. Name the note "Things that I worry about."
  2. List everything you worry about. Everything that you worry about goes on this list, no matter how small.
  3. Think of a solution for all your perceived problems. 
  4. Then, start executing. Do one thing every day that brings you closer to solving your perceived problem.
  5. Finally, don't worry about things you have zero control over -- those things you have to accept.
Stress and cortisol levels

No matter what kind of worry you have, the response in your body is always the same: It increases your cortisol levels.

Cortisol compromises your immune system. As a result, you will become more susceptible to disease.

Also, stress and fear can cause depression, bipolar disorder, panic disorder, and burn-out.

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Worry Journal As A Way To Manage Stress

What do you do when you feel stressed or worried? Do you vent to anyone who will listen? Or do you calmly jot down your thoughts in a journal? For many people, the answer is probably the former. For some, venting may lead to a cathartic release of emotions.

However, using a journal to jot down your worries can be an effective tool to help you lean into uncomfortable emotions. It can also help you dissect what you’re feeling and provide you with a path forward.




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Unfree in a Free World

We all are unfree in a free world. We do things we are obliged to do. We spend money on things we are told by society to spend on.

We are responsible for our lives, while we mistakenly think that our parents, siblings, teachers, friends or other outsiders are responsible for them.

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