Thursday, May 2, 2013


The temptation to hold on too tightly to things we need to let go of can be overwhelming. A difficult relationship, trouble at work, money problems, or a general dissatisfaction with our stations in life are common things that keep us up at night and lead to depression and anxiety during the day. 
Most of the things we worry about the most are things we cannot change, and yet, we let them wreak havoc on our health and well-being. Teaching ourselves to let go of unnecessary worry is the only way to live a healthy and fulfilling life.

Focus instead on what CAN be changed.
Instead of worrying and ruminating about the situation develop a plan to change the manner in which you deal, interact or respond to the problem situation.
This is a PROductive rather than CONstructive use of time and energy.

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