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Science has proven that doing something that scares you will make you more productive, prepare you for new and unexpected changes, help you push your boundaries in the future, and make it easier to harness your creativity. Maybe you need to change your habits, leave your comfort zone or disconnect from people who are dragging you into depression.
I hear you. What I have been training my mind to do is whenever I start thinking of bad things that CAN happen I instantly try to think of good things I WANT to happen. I find it easy to think of negatives and disasters but also just as easy to think of things I want to happen and goals for myself and for my family. Find your happy place and make it first stop for your thoughts and send those thought out into the universe and more likely than not it will come true.
I worry too and have struggled with this my whole life. Recently I discovered there are lots of places to get help with managing stress. Take a look at the following sites which have lots of good info I have learnt a lot about challenging my feelings of dread but I constantly have to keep myself in check.
I am also a worrier. It's like I almost worry to protect me from bad stuff. I had a situation recently with my son and for some reason I wasn't worried and I didn't do the usual "be careful stuff". That night he got in to a bad way with grog and needed some medical help. I felt that because it wasn't on my radar I had "dropped the ball". I do know a bit about where to get help as I am a health professional and yet I don't seek it. Whats' that about?