It starts with a nagging thought.
That creates another few thoughts
And before you know it. there is a storm brewing in your mind, making you think irrationally.
BOOM! Your old friend is back.
BUT, and this is a big but... I've got so much to look forward too that, although it comes with worry- is over balanced with excitement. I'll tell you about that in another post, along with pictures and possibly videos... talking of videos, shall I start vlogging? mmm...
Anyway, back to what I was actually talking about. Forever and always getting distracted! Being a worrier, probably since the beginning of my teenage years, I've learnt of ways to combat and avoid inheriting an insane sense of worry.
Remember...Most things you worry about have never actually happened
I have a lot of trouble in my life, most of which has never happened. So... when you feel worries starting to pop up ask yourself this: How many of the things I feared actually happened?
If you're anything like me, then the answer would be very few, and those very few that did happen were mostly not as terrible as you'd expected.
Don't try and guess what is on someone's mind.
Trying to read someone minds, usually doesn't work out too well for you. Instead, it can very, very easily lead to creating an over exaggerated scenario in your head.
Remember, people don't think about you as much as much as you think they do.
Often worry is centred around what you think other people are thinking about you. Although there's is a lot of judgement in this world, the sooner you start to care less about what people think... the less worry you'll have
Right, before I ramble on and this blog turns into an advice blog and I suddenly become an agony aunt (well actually uncle, but aunt sounds better haha). I'm going to quit this post.