Constant worrying and anxiety

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Hello. I constantly feel stressed and worried about various things. Normally there’s one main worry that takes over my day, as soon as that starts to fade another worry seems to occur. It really gets me down that I constantly feel stressed and anxious and worried about things and in turn it makes me down and my family then say I’m moody. I will get an irrational thought or worry and stress about it so much. Even though I realise deep down it’s unnecessary to worry about it, I just can’t seem to help worrying, and even if I think it’s unnecessary I always seem to find a reason for me to think it might be worth worrying about. I just feel very down with the constant worry and thought I’d see if anyone else is going through the same thing.

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    Hello harry.

    If your constantly worried about certain things and you don't sort them out one at a time you will make yourself ill, that is a medical fact.

    Please find someone you trust and open up your feelings, it's a start.

    Regards

    John

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    Hi harry24950 , this little trick may help you with your worry issues. As say something you know you wanna forget cause its to much and your brain just throws it aside. Most understand this cause its happened to everyone a time or two. Apply this method it is for worry, fear, guilt, everything. All you have to do is think of it as omg no one can find out about this to yourself and force the issue back deep into your brain to stop worrying about it. Do this with as many as you can. No they all won't go away in a day or week. After that method you need keep yourself busy and doing what we call affirmations telling yourself over and over even if 10,000 times again your gonna stop worrying so much. Also think of this all that time spent worrying you can be out there solving the issue, and if you can't solve it. Sometimes just best to walk away and let it blow over. Then figure it out.

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