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Worrying is an all too common activity in which we humans take part and it is a sign of being lack of confidence with self We worry when we are not sure of what our future will bring us Some people learned this full of tension activity is less than worth their time while others let worrying overpower and consume themWorries are basically fears I get scared of things that might happen Is it helpful Or it is just a factor that leads us in for being a failure or a successful one These are just common questions that run in my mind when I heard that five letter word Although its hard to admit its easier for me to worry about something than do about itDifferent writers said thatWorrying may help every individual to avoid unpleasant emotions it May also healthy response to our life it prevent us from being reckless or stimulates us to do our best and take control of a situation Edward M HallowellWorry is a complete inefficient revolving about a pivot of chair Unknown authorWorrying can be helpful when it spurs you to take action and solve a problem But if youre preoccupied with what ifs and worst-case scenarios worry becomes a problem of its own HELPGUIDEorgWorrying is feeling uneasy or being overly concerned about a situation or problem WebMDWorry a little bit every day and in a lifetime you will lose a couple of years If something is wrong fix it if you can But train yourself not to worry Worry never fixes anything Mary HemingwayWhen I am worried I always feel that my feelings and emotions are stop or suppressed but as soon I stop worrying all the tension and anxiety are bounces back or lost Worry may cause negative and positive feedback with every individual The positive effect of being worried is it helps every individual to think about the future they can make a plan think
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