All worries are not created equal, but that is not to say we prioritize what we fear by worrying about the most serious first.
Even trivial worries get the same amount of anxiety.
If each worry got a priority – major, important but not critical, irritating but trivial, etc. – anxiety could be reduced immediately on the spot.
The problem with worry is that it all feels bad even though our fears don’t take on the same importance. After a while, all worry becomes the same and becomes overwhelming.
We slap tags on everything else, why not worry?
By putting worries in their proper place this morning, you can feel some relief by the end of the day.
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