Doing Something About Worry

The more we worry, the more stressed we become.

The more stress, the more cortisol our brains make leading to health problems.

We worry because we learn to worry but we can unlearn it as well.

  • 99% of the time what we worry about never happens
  • The 1% when it does, it rarely happens the way we think
  • Replace worrying with thinking with your head not your heart.
  • For every worry no matter how large or small, you need a suitable plan to deal with it.

Concern is forethought – worry is fear thought.