Banish worry with these dos and don’t tips
Worries should not be confused with concerns.
Concerns are important issues you can do something about. For example, getting help when you are in trouble.
A definition of worry is that it is an alarmist judgment, in which (future) disasters are imagined in detail. They paralyse you with fright, and inhibit action.
When you address your concerns with concrete actions (no matter how small) you undermine the worry.
Use the infographic tips to banish worry, thus freeing you up to address legitimate concerns.