If you’re a worrier think about this for a minute. I’m not talking about coming up with a plan and then taking action AFTER you worry about something. I’m talking about the time and energy you devoted to running the conversations and/or scenarios through your head. Did any of that actually solve the problem? Will… Continue reading Is Worry a Waste of Time?
The more I learn about mental health and how it manifests the more I agree that it’s not necessarily our genes that determine our habits and behaviors. A lot of the way we act has been learned, sometimes without us even realizing it. Worry was like that for me. I learned how to worry about… Continue reading Did You Learn How to Worry?
In some ways I’ve probably always been a worrier. It’s something I learned at a very young age from watching and being around my parents. My father had the scarcity mentality that manifested into hoarding, which I now know is a form of anxiety and worry (the fear that I will need something and not… Continue reading Why do we worry?