All of us experience worry at times, and usually when it concerns things, people, or situations that hold significant value to us.
Here are some strategies I use to combat future anxiety when it rears its ugly head.
Look at your immediate environment and take note of what you see. Describe what is going on around you by using all five senses.
Shallow breathing is a common reaction to anxiety, and thorough breathing can relieve stress.
You presumably already know that worrying makes you feel down. The reverse is true of gratitude.
It's easy to want to ignore worries when you're up against a strict timetable on a project or have a packed schedule.
Many of us associate anxiety with a sense of helplessness and danger.