Mark and Emmy Why Worry?


Why worry?

Worry is thoughts and images of a negative nature in which mental attempts are made to avoid anticipated potential threats.  As an emotion it is experienced as anxiety or concern about a real or imagined issue, usually personal issues such as health or finances or broader ones such social collapse of a community.  Most people experience short-lived periods of worry in their lives without incident; indeed, a moderate amount of worrying may even have positive effects, if it prompts people to take precautions.

Dr. Edward Hallowell , psychiatrist and author of Worry, argues that while “Worry serves a productive function”, “anticipatory and dangerous” worrying—which he calls “toxic worry”–can be harmful for your mental and physical health. He claims that “Toxic worry is when the worry paralyzes you,” whereas “Good worry leads to constructive action” such as taking steps to resolve the issue that is causing concern.

Now that is some great advise because when you become overwhelmed with a situation the brain will not give up until you get an answer that will correct what is wrong. Do not isolate yourself open up and confide in a friend or organisation that will listen to your troubles for help is around the corner. Like the good doctor said toxic worry will harm you which could bring you to a path of addiction or leed to suicide, why? Because you stayed alone with the problem and it eats away your strength to fight. Don’t fight the problem hunt for a resolution that cures the depress thought, like what the frick started the process  in the first place. Sometimes a problem can be so overwhelming you do not know where to look.

But try this if you look at a tree all the branches can represent what is wrong with going on in your life, instead of trying to analyze each branch look at the trunk for it is the whole of the problem and might be an answer as easily cutting it down. If that is to final look at all the leaves on the tree you can associate each leaf to a cure of  the problem where as if one does not work try another you will find an answer. As well, the good doctor urges worriers to find out more information about the issue that is troubling them, make sure it is correct.  Another step to reduce worry is to make a plan and take action and take “care of your brain.”

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