What is worrying? Lost worrying problems? Is there a difference between worrying and thinking about a problem? What is the hallmark of worrying? Is worrying linked to negative emotions? Cope better with worry means better learn to worry. How can we better worry? Someone with a lot of stress in his life, or even a burnout, can learn better by worrying a lot of peace in their minds. How can all the worries better?
What is worrying?
Worrying is not thinking about a particular problem in your life, but you are overwhelmed by intrusive thoughts and associations. These intrusive thoughts are associated with negative feelings.
When do you puzzled? Why do you worry? Invading thoughts are often caused and called during situations:
- Where a certain threat of going out or
- Where the outcome not yet determined.
Is mulling the same as thinking about problems? The worrier is busy with problems. Presumably the worrier in general has so many problems in his life that he is even too much. But worry has a different quality than thinking about problems. Worrying solves no problem, it’s not solving oriented. If anyone thinks about problems one has control over it. If you worry, you have no control over.
What is the difference between worrying and thinking about a problem? The worriers balance between:
- Assaulted by intruding thoughts and associations, and between
- Trying to avoid thinking about it.
As we saw earlier, these intrusive thoughts associated with negative emotions. These negative emotions are the:
- About Thinking
- Solving and
- Organizer of the problems in the way.
Worrying is done automatically and is common in people with:
- Too much stress,
- Burn out.
Often they seem automatic thoughts, this intruding thought, to be characterized by an expectation of:
- Overestimation of risks,
- Intolerability of the uncertainty,
- Thoughts of own failure,
- Fatal outcomes.
Someone who worries many will initially think he thinks about problems. A brooder can say that thinking too much about his problems. Until the worrier realizes that he no longer has control over thinking about his problems, so worrying.
Worrying solves nothing. The only result of worrying, is that the worriers feel bad about all that keeps brooding.