Our minds are incredibly powerful. They have the ability to help us create amazing things...but they also have the ability to torture us. The perfect example is worrying.
We’ve all experienced worry – it’s a natural human phenomenon. Worry happens when you have thoughts or emotions about a potential threat or problem in the future - when you imagine something going wrong or something bad happening.
This can serve a purpose if you use it to help you identify issues that you can get prepared for. However it can be detrimental and an energy drain if it leads to rumination and constant feelings of anxiety.
The key to alleviating the worry cycle is to shift worry from anxiety and rumination to concern and preparation.
In this article we will look at a process you can use to step through your worries and several strategies that you can use to ease your mind.
The first step is to acknowledge your worries – give