Little things stress me out. Every tiny problem, which isn’t even a problem in the majority of other people’s eyes is blown out of proportion with me. I make a mountain out of a mole-hole as we say here. But this only relates to the things that I worry over. I don’t do these things in arguments…I swear 😀
Things I shouldn’t even give a second thought, I give it a second, third, fourth, fifth thought. I dedicate my entire day to it! So bloody annoying!
I literally googled it today to see if that is a serious mental problem.
You must be thinking…what a drama queen!!! Well, honestly, I’m thinking it too so don’t feel bad or anything. LOL
So anyway, here are a few things that you can do to relieve yourself of your stresses. I myself do these really basic things when I’m stressed:
- STOP bloody thinking about it. It ain’t a real problem! No lie! And if it is a real problem, stressing over it ain’t gonna make it any better.
- Talk to a friend who understands you. Having their reassurance that it really is nothing to worry about is comforting.
- As fed up as you might be about hearing about meditating…it really does take your mind off the worries. Try it and really commit to it!
- Do something that distracts you; work, exercise, cook, eat, dance, blog…whatever fix your mix!
- And if none of that works, well, drink some tea and sleep it off.
Honestly though, why do we even stress about things? It’s not like stressing yourself out is going to make things better. If you want to solve the issue, you need your head clear. Worrying and stressing is just going to prolong that process, give you acne and raise your BP.
So if anybody is stressing out there, this is your reminder that stressing over something you can’t control is not helpful. Clear your head and find a solution. And if you worry about little things like me, just breathe. Things always find a way to work themselves out.
In the wise words of Hagrid,
“What’s comin’ will come and we’ll meet it when it does.”
And in the wisest words of Renee Jain,
“Don’t believe every worried thought you have. Worried thoughts are notoriously inaccurate.”