Recognize your fears and turn them into action.
- Busy people have less anxiety so come up with an action plan at the first signs of concern.
- Fear is fed by compounded worry so acknowledging fear prevents us from piling one worry on top of another and another.
- The feelings you embrace are multiplied so if they consist of many layers of concern and anxiety, they never need to become reality to make us ill. The more positive things we can cram into our brain, the more it dominates our head.
First acknowledge the fear and turn it into action.
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