I avoid worrying about things I am unable to change.

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There are things in life that I have very little control over. I avoid worrying because it is counter-productive. My focus is on changing the things I am able to change, so I can live a better quality of life.

I believe that I am here for a specific reason. My focus is to live each day to the fullest during the limited time I have on Earth. When I choose to be happy, it is easy to let go of stress.

My friends and peers have their own opinion about me. I know I am unable to change the perception of those around me.

Today, my life is focused on the positive, as I leave worry behind. I am committed to a healthy existence, free of worry. I put aside things I am unable to change.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. How do I identify the things I am unable to change?
  2. What self-help exercises can I do to become worry-free?
  3. How do I cope when I realize I am unable to change a particular situation?

 

 

9 thoughts on “I avoid worrying about things I am unable to change.

  1. “God grant me the serenity
    To accept the things I cannot change;
    Courage to change the things I can;
    And wisdom to know the difference.”

    That’s part of the Serenity prayer by Reinhold Neibuhr

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