Sunday, October 2, 2016

The worst thing about worry is that it attracts a whole flock of relatives


Worries, like sheep, seem to flock together. One worry leads to another, and soon you are overwhelmed with the potential for problems. When you allow yourself to play the “what if?” game — to speculate about additional problems that one potential problem might cause — worries multiply, each making the next seem worse. The post The worst thing about worry is that it attracts a whole flock of relatives appeared first on Vag·a·bond Beach Traveler.
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