Worry

Worry for 15 Minutes or Less a Day

Don’t stop worrying; intentionally devote time to worrying.

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I know what you are thinking. It sounds counter-intuitive?! Surely this cannot be helpful, but it can if it is done correctly.

Worry-Time

  • Schedule 15 minutes of Worry Time every day.

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