Worry Quotes (753 quotes)
STOP Caring What People Think. Do THIS Instead!
40 Things You Need to Stop Worrying About
We Generation-Yers are a complicated bunch — filled with seeming inconsistencies and laden with contradictions. It is no loner a secret that Gen-Yers have interests that more often than not seem to contradict each other. We are the generation that wants it all — the bad and the good, and we want it all to be great. We live in a society where the lines between good and bad have become blurred. What was once looked down upon, such as stupidity and vanity, is now being held to the greatest esteem on every television network broadcasting a reality TV show.
The game is a simple one, and maybe one that some people might find slightly morbid, but it cuts to the heart of the matter. Ninety-nine percent of the time the answer is no. You might be thinking, but it matters to me now, and it does. Worrying is the most impractical way to use your energy. There has never been a time when worrying if so-and-so would like you, give you the job, or want to be your partner in life contributed to you getting what you want. Our minds are wired for negativity—an evolutionary tool designed to keep us safe. Worrying about what other people think about you is a key indicator that you do not feel whole without the approval of others.
Most people would say that worrying is pointless and a waste of time and energy. I submit to you that it is actually harmful. Here's why: Worry is fear-based. It is a projection of negative energy. Caring, on the other hand, is a projection of positive energy. When you care about situations or people, you're hopeful that things will get better.
This week's tip looks at verbs that mean to make someone feel worried over a long prey on someone's mind if something preys on your mind, you think about it.
another word for non threatening
Why some people worry more than others
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