Updated: Nov 5, 2019
“Instead of worrying about what you cannot control, shift your energy to what you can create.” ― Roy T. Bennett
Are you an excessive worrier? Perhaps you unconsciously think that if you "worry enough," you can prevent bad things from happening. But the fact is, worrying can affect the body in ways that may surprise you. When worrying becomes excessive, it can lead to feelings of high anxiety and even cause you to be physically ill.
Who sets the stage for creativity in your household? Who is providing an atmosphere for growth in your household? What does worrying actually accomplish? Break the shackles of worry, open the doors of creativity...#shacklefree