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The fact that they don’t play out the way you initially feared them to doesn’t really set your mind at ease because once wants the thing that you fear doesn’t happen by a certain date, you then move on to another future point in time. It’s as if you’re kicking the can down the road as far as your mental peace and inner harmony go. You are never at a loss for things to worry about when it comes to the future. If any of this is true, then you might be suffering from anxiety.
It’s okay to be indecisive. When most rational people don’t think that they have all the necessary facts in front of them, it’s perfectly okay for them to second-guess themselves. At the very least, they feel kind of uneasy about what kind of decision they would make because they have incomplete information.
On the other hand, if you have a tough time making up your mind altogether, then you may be dealing with a completely different problem. Even if you put in all the work and the time to gather information and still you can’t make up your mind, you might be suffering from anxiety. You might be focused more on the consequences of making the wrong decision. Instead of making sure that all the information is lined up properly so you can make better decisions, you focus instead on some sort of guarantee.
I’m sorry to be the one to break this to you but the future is never guaranteed. Even if you have the best-laid plans and even if you’ve taken all sorts of precautions things, can and do get knocked loose. That’s just what makes life so unpredictable and, if you think about it hard enough, so much fun. However, if you can’t make up your mind, regardless of any advanced preparation you’ve made, you may be suffering from excess anxiousness.
It’s very easy to blame other people or situations for our personal failures. Seriously. It feels good actually because when we do that, we no longer have to change. We can say to ourselves, “Well, I’m right” or “I’m the victim here.” This relieves us of any responsibility to change. However, the problem with blaming other people or situations that we can’t control for our failures is simply going to extend our powerlessness.
Anxious people or people with high levels of anxiety find themselves blaming other people or situations for whatever is going. The more they do this, the less in control they feel. It’s as if their world has spun out of control.
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out why. When you place blame on somebody else, you’re basically saying to yourself that the solution lies with that person. After all, that person caused your problems, then it logically follows that they are the ones who could put everything back together.
This is a worthless solution because you can’t control that person. They’ve moved on. You have to take responsibility. You have to take ownership of your pain, your past, and your coping mechanism. This is too much for many people and that’s why they remain stuck. This breeds anxiety and a sense that one doesn’t really control one’s life.
Life is a struggle even if you have even if you tend to make things happen and it doesn’t take much for things that you plan to become reality, there’s still some struggle involved. There’s always that bit of uncertainty. You really can’t tell what’s around the corner.
You may be suffering from anxiety when you find yourself unable to cope with whatever setbacks life throws your way. You have to understand that in most cases, life doesn’t slam a door to your face and give you a resounding NO! Most of the time, life will tell you to wait. It’s neither yes nor no. It’s neither here nor there. You just have to wait.
Usually, people who succeed find things to do while they’re waiting. They build their character. They try other opportunities. They do something else that enables them to achieve victory when the time for “yes” comes.
Anxious people, on the other hand, worry themselves sick. They think that there’s something wrong with them. They think they don’t have what it takes. Maybe they’re just unlucky or they’re going up against a situation that is just flat-out impossible. Perhaps they’re just at the wrong place, at the wrong time, doing the wrong things.
Whatever the case may be, it all leads to the same place: defeat. This is not defeat that life hands you. It’s not like life beats you down. No, this is a defeat that you voluntarily assume. I’m talking about quitting. As the old saying goes, the only way to lose is to quit. You may be suffering from anxiety if you find yourself “solving” hard situations in your life by quickly choosing to quit.
This is very different from #5. What’s different with this sign is that it doesn’t matter what kind of opposition you face. We’re not talking about a door slamming in your face. We’re not talking about people pointing at you and laughing and telling you to get out of here. No, we’re talking about a slight kind of opposition.Other Details
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