VIDEO: How to Stop Worrying

I used to be the queen of worrying. In any situation, I could think of the worst-case-scenario. Then I married my husband, who had little concern for basic safety measures.  These are just a couple of the phrases I’ve shuddered to hear during our marriage:

“Hey honey, see how I can juggle knives?!”

“Oops! I forgot to turn the electricity off before trying to install the new thermostat.”

With my husband’s special brand of joie de vivre, I knew I was well on my way to Crazyville if I didn’t learn to release my habit of worrying. That’s where this week’s episode of TrueYou TV comes in. If you tend to worry and are ready to get your joyful life back, you are going to love the easy way to break the habit that I share in this video. A simple shift in perspective makes all the difference.

Plus, you’ll hear the story of what led to me teaching Mark ladder safety (you won’t believe what this crazy man did!), and I’ll address other common worries, like the death of a loved one, finances, and if a relationship will end. There is so much packed into this episode! Watch it below and learn how to release your worries today.

I encourage you to try this technique for a week and see how it works for you. Notice how quickly you can release your worries by observing your thoughts and focusing on reality, rather than your imagination. Let me know how it worked for you in the comments below.

Remember to encourage yourself along the way. If worrying is a habit for you, then you’ve probably been doing it to some extent several times a day for most of your life. It’s okay if it takes some time to retrain your thoughts. Life is a learning process anyway, right?

I hope you have a fantastic week, and join me between episodes of TrueYou TV on facebook for more inspiration and connection.

Sending lots of love to you!

Melanie

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