Worry is a state of being that has been practiced and cultivated sometimes for a lifetime, and it might take more than moment to release the patterns of worry.
When I was five years old my kindergarten teacher wrote on one of my reports, “She’s a worry wart.” I can’t imagine what I could have worried about at five years old, but it must have been obvious enough for Mrs. Zuckerman to write that to my parents. Patterns of thoughts are created unconsciously at an early age. Little children are very susceptible to the beliefs of others and their beliefs are formed in the early years of life.
I think I worried most of my life about one thing or another. It wasn’t until I came to understand that worry was a way of being that came from a belief that I could be deserted, that the worse could happen…
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