ARP 337 - When the World Is Crazy We Worry

Worry is powerful, it can dishearten you and have you see nothing but shades of gray. There are techniques that even anxious people can use to reduce the amount of worry and get on with the business of the day. 

I've been around a few spins around the sun. There have been very few times when things haven't been crazy on this planet. Especially with humans having access to weapons.

Gasses me up just to think about it. The only people and industries happy about current events are profiteers and weapon makers. 

Which is why you have to be careful about making global statements. Even in the bleakest of times, somebody on Earth is happy.

Many of us with anxiety conditions have excessive amounts of worry.  In this episode, a very basic look at some of the tools we can use to help us take it down a bit so that we can function and get on with the day.

If you need support contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988 or 1-800-273-8255, the Trevor Project at 1-866-488-7386 or text “START” to 741-741.

Resources Mentioned: 

Paradise Paradox Movie Trailer and the Home page of the movie website.

From the UK NHS,  a video from Every Mind Matters on how to process worry. Good suggestions and techniques like the worry tree example.
From How to Stop Worrying and End Anxious Thoughts with more techniques you can use.

Mayo Health Clinic Symptoms page on 11 Tips for Coping with an Anxiety Disorder because we need to actively deal with it. 

From Adams Media, The No Worries Workbook, 124 Lists, Activities, and Prompts to Get Out of Your Head—and On with Your Life! By Molly Burford. Adams Media is a imprint of Simon and Schuster.

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