Tracy RichardsonI'm a writer, jewelry artist, web designer, and homeschooling mother of two.
I tend to hide that fact as much as I can (another problem in itself) which means that it explodes in my head at strange times.
Use a simple notebook, or a section of your regular journal if the idea of having yet another notebook to write in causes you more worry. It may take some time to find an action to go with a particular worry…so don’t add that worry to your list!

Choose a time and place where you can be alone, and in this time give yourself permission to worry.
Then, if you find yourself falling into Worryville at some other time of the day, tell yourself that you’ve already done your worrying for the day. On the left hand side of the page, write down all the things that worry you.¬†On the right hand side, list some forward motion on each of those items.
Not to mention that space tells your mind there IS something you can do, no matter how small.

Building a Practice7 Tips For Making Your Practice Successful, Not Stressful →One Response to Do you have to move a mountain to make a change? By worrying productively, you may be better able to tell if there are simply a lot of things happening, or if your worries might be a symptom of an anxiety disorder.

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