1. What’s on Your Plate
2. Needing Help
3. Your Children
4. Your Face (and Hips, and Butt…)
5. What You Own
6. Everything You’re Doing Wrong
7. The Past
8. What People Are Saying About You Right This Very Second
9. Your Account Balance
Are you ready to scratch these items off your list of things to worry about? I am, and I hope you are too!
Overcoming worry is definitely a process, but just like the article suggests, if you work at it a little each day, you'll gradually have fewer things to worry about. So, whether you're a professional worried about your job, a mom worried about your kids, or a speech pathologist worried about your patients, it will do you good to ease up on some of the worrying.
Worry does not empty tomorrow of its problems, it empties today of its strength.