99% of what you fear will never happen, it’s true.
The 1% of the time when it does, your fear rarely if ever is the way you obsessed about it making even 1% too much to devote to worry.
Staying busy reduces fear.
Focusing on others helps us forget at least for a time that which is bothering us.
Worry is like an onion — it comes in layers and often brings tears to your eyes.
And if all that fails, remember that it is a scientific fact that the brain can be trained to reduce anxiety but to do that you will have to begin creating new anti-worry habits.
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