Worry does not empty tomorrow of its sorrow, it empties today of its strength.― Corrie ten Boom
I am an addict. I’m addicted to thoughts. This never-stopping flow takes over and there seems to be no escape from it. I’m also a huge fan of over-thinking! Then comes that obsessive worrying and starts foxtrotting in my mind. It starts small. It starts from over-analysing something that didn’t go smoothly in the past and ends with a wish to go back in time and change it.
Then comes worrying about the future and this roller-coaster continues ever since… Our mind is like a pendulum that swings back and forth from one thought to another taking us deeper into the anguish of worrying.
Have you ever considered yourself addicted to thoughts and worrying? Here are two things that helped me stop worrying in less than 4 minutes.
How to Stop Worrying in Less Than 4 Minutes
Also, do visit this website. It calms your and relaxes your mind.
I hope this will help you too.