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Boy did this one hit home

Monday, October 12, 2009

Worrying is like a rocking chair, it gives you something to do, but doesn't get you
anywhere. - Anonymous

It was a healthy reflections thought:

I know this is one of my biggest problems I waste to many hrs worrying if it was a sport I would win the gold medal.

But it never helps. Makes me miserable and not able to sleep. I am sure it is
one of the reasons my weight loss has been so slow instead of applying my self
to working at the weight lost. I wasted time worrying.

Not that I can quit over night! Maybe I can wean myself off worrying!!!!

Hugs Martha n Tx

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  • LAINIESNEWLIFE
    I'm a worry wart too at times. I have been trying to work on this lately. Just when I think I'm doing pretty good, something pops up and starts the worry process again. I have been trying to take the "Scarlett O'Hara" approach from "Gone With the Wind." You know the one, "I'll think about it tomorrow." Some times it works for me. May be you can try this approach if you haven't tried it yet. Take care.

    Hugs,

    Lainie
    4303 days ago
  • SHIRLEYX
    It seems to be in our nature to worry, but we really do need to stop it. Most of the time the things we worry about never happen anyway. Good luck with the weaning off worry process - if you can figure it out maybe you can give me some tips. LOL
    4303 days ago
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