Worrying

Worrying

The paradox of worrying is that most of the things you worry about never happen and, at the same time, you attract the situations you’re worrying about.

Worrying is a two-case scenario: Either you worry, it doesn’t happen, and you suffer once OR you worry, it happens, and you suffer twice.

On the other hand, not worrying is a two-case scenario, too: Either you don’t worry, it doesn’t happen and you don’t suffer OR you don’t worry, it happens and you suffer once.

And the paradox still exists, most of the things you could worry about never happen and, at the same time, you attract the situations you’re worrying about (which in this case are none).

 

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Garth Beyer

Garth Beyer is a Madison-based writer and Public Relations Strategist focused on telling stories, running through trend-making PR strategies and trying new things in life.

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