Worry is an unhelpful friend and a shoddy fortune-teller | Psyche Ideas
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Catastrophizing is when people think that the worst outcome will come true and will have consequences that would be unmanageable or unsurvivable. We think worry helps us solve problems and cope up with negative outcomes, but the assumption is inaccurate.
Repeated worry has no benefits while incurring significant wear and tear of the body/mind, increasing psychological stress, and creating misery.
Worrying is an all-in-all bad deal, but it is difficult to stop ourselves using sheer willpower.
Certain approaches can help:
.. is a disorder involving extreme levels of unstoppable worrying, for things that usually don’t come true.
GAD leads to lost energy and wastage of time, and in some cases, it actually manifests a negative outcome. It depletes our ability to think well and to concentrate, delaying any productive work or decision making.
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