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Worrying a lot - May 29th 2014, 11:30 AM

I tend to worry a lot on small small things.Its is affecting my body.I also take a lot of stress on small small things which are unlikely to happen.For eg if someones make mistake,full day I worry that my name will come in it.There are also many instances like that.This is affecting my health and I am loosing a lot of hair due to it.
I dont know how to cure it.Like before posting here,I was worried that people may call me a mad here.
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Re: Worrying a lot - May 29th 2014, 12:18 PM

Honestly this is because of you taking every things on your mind and may be you constantly think about those things, that's why this is happening.. so be relax and think positive so because of that you can divert your mind and because of that you can stop worrying about those things..
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Re: Worrying a lot - May 29th 2014, 06:44 PM

I used to worry a lot of the little things. What helped me was what is the worse that could happen. (When it's really little) I used to worry about asking a questions to people, the worse outcome is that they say no. For me I had to fight on the worry and just do it.
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Re: Worrying a lot - May 29th 2014, 07:07 PM

Ibrahim! The thing is, you're there for EVERYONE else who needs you, you're the most caring guy I've ever spoken to, but you know the saying "A problem shared is a problem halved" Well you're taking on everyone elses problems and you need to think about yourself!

Try and do something fun like going out with your friends and family and just try and not think about things too much, I know that's easier said than done but you can always rant off in a pm with me and I'll always listen.

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Re: Worrying a lot - May 29th 2014, 07:43 PM

Thanks everyone for your advices.I hope it works
I am trying my best not to worry but still I tend to worry on small small things.
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Re: Worrying a lot - May 29th 2014, 08:31 PM


I can understand what you are explaining here, I am the same way too.
I have learned though that worrying about everything will just make me upset, overwhelmed and if it is bad enough, physically sick.
I suggest you do your best to be around people. Try to go do fun things you enjoy, get lost in a book or game every now and then or just listen to music.
I know it is hard not to worry but I think that it will be possible for you to worry less if you are able to keep yourself busy enough to where you are not focusing on things.
If you find you are getting distracted by worrying, you should probably talk to a guidance counselor at school.
I know a lot of what I worry about are things out of my control, meaning no matter what I do or say, I cannot change the outcome. You have to learn that not everything involving other people is in your control, it may hurt and be sad somethings you cannot control but realizing this will help you greatly. Keep telling yourself to only focus on what you are able to control and what you are going through. Other people matter and you should care for them but ultimately you cannot spend every second focusing on fixing things you cannot fix.
I hope this is helpful to you and you can send me a message if you would ever like to talk.

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Re: Worrying a lot - May 29th 2014, 09:51 PM

Thanks a lot.I guess it will help
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