Worry is a uninvited guest,
flooding us with restlessness,
paralyzing questions and worst case scenarios.
Worry is a thief,
stealing our peace of mind,
natural confidence and best ideas.
Worry is a fog-sprayer,
blinding us for opportunity,
fresh ideas and solutions.
Worry is a smooth-talker,
making us believe we haven’t got what it takes,
never had and never will.
Worry is a saboteur,
presenting us with unsurmountable problems,
impossibilities and closed doors.
Worry is an isolator,
creating the illusion that we’re the only ones struggling
and shaming us into hiding our behind-the-scenes story.
Worry is an action-deactivator,
making us procrastinate,
getting us lost in its maze of obstacles and hurdles.
Worry is a liar,
making us believe we are powerless,
resourceful -less and talent-less.
Worry is a self-eraser,
talking us into being who we are supposed to be,
dutifully coloring within the lines that others set out for us.
Worry is a shape-shifter,
being what we make it to be,
taking as much room as we decide to give it.
Check back for 9 ways
we can make worry work for us
– instead of against us –
next week, right here on the blog!
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