I had such a stressful day Saturday. It was partly because it was just a stressful situation but also because of the fact that I overthink about 99% of situations that occur in my life. So here I am already stressed about a situation that was completely fine after all was said and done, yet here I was, missing out on the joy of being around friends and their celebration they were having because I was so distracted by being anxious about a situation that was over with, ended well and I learned from. At the end of the day, whatever happens as a result of a situation is going to happen. We can either waste our time worrying about it and let it ruin the moment that we are in, or we can simply accept what happened, learn from it and move forward with confidence. I think there is also something to be said about having humility when something happens that you own up to mistakes or mishaps and acknowledge your learning experience rather than trying to brush it off onto someone else. Just remember, worrying about something is a waste. If we cannot control the outcome anyways then why do we get so stressed over what we can't control? Instead let us focus on the positives and keep our eyes focused on what we can control.
Don't spend your life anxious about things that will never happen anyways.
We are all going to have bad or difficult or frustrating or annoying or disappointing or fill in your own blank, days. It is inevitable. Sometimes it is something that is out of our control and sometimes it is in our control to ease the situation. Yesterday was one of those days I struggled. My job is so rewarding, yet at times I can be extremely challenging. Every struggle I have ever faced in my career has developed the strength I needed to handle other situations as they arise in life. Yesterday was no exception. The problem I have when I face challenges is that I start to overthink. I start to imagine scenarios in my head of what "might" happen and start to stress out over nothing. Sometimes stress is as easy as telling someone "no". If there is something that you are better off staying away from and know that it would be more difficult if you said yes instead of no, then it's ok to disappoint someone by saying no. The other avenue is that if you end up saying yes, and things don't go as planned, if they go well then but not "perfect" then learn from your experience and how you can use what you learned in the future.
S/O to @rosymaebrown_theredpibble for always being there and understanding and helping me get out of my own head and to stop overthinking about stuff.
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