Worry. It doesn’t just get in your head; it gets under your skin. Worry has a way of stealing your thunder, keeping you from accomplishing your goals, and sometimes even feeling unenthusiastic about your dreams.
If you think this experience is unique to you, you’re wrong. With 38% of adults worrying at any given time, this means one in three people you meet is troubled by something. Given very few people worry all the time, this means it’s safe to assume that just about everyone worries, at some time or another.
Normal or not, worry can quickly become frustrating. How are you supposed to be excited about life when you’re full of concern, doubt, and fear?
The answer lies in paying attention to worry. In this book, we’ll look at worry, starting with how it negatively impacts us in so many ways. From there, we’ll explore some tips and tricks to deal with fear in general with a further look at what you can do with more specific worries in the last chapter.
So why worry? You’re about to discover the answers to stop worrying for good!