A lot of our life is taken up by worries, small ones and big ones. Some of them can stop you from doing things. When I was first recovering from my brain injury I didn’t have many worries. I didn’t really know what was going on so I didn’t really know what to worry about. When I started to have small worries and a good person told me a really good way to think about them. If you can’t do anything about a worry, don’t worry about it. The thing that I was worrying about at the time was something that I couldn’t do anything about so I just stopped worrying about it. In the end it worked out well but that was nothing to do with me worrying or not worrying about it. I think that this is a good mantra to follow in life. You just naturally worry all the time and a lot of the time you can’t do anything about it. So I advise you, if you are worrying about something, big or small, if you can’t do anything about it, don’t worry about it. You will feel less stressed, it’s great!
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