Last time I wrote about how our perception of a situation is related to our stress and anxiety about that situation.

Let me go a step farther and say; our judgement about a situation is directly proportional to our anxiety and stress. 

It is our judgement of a given situation that causes our suffering.

The problem with worrying is that if things do go wrong, they usually won’t go as wrong as you imagined them to. Instead of thinking of the worst case scenario make plans to mitigate any damage that can happen. As the saying goes, “Hope for the best, plan for the worst.”

By planning, you are taking the hold of your fears and not giving power to a uncertain future. By planning, you are taking action in concrete steps

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