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Common Sense Tips to Face 3 Common Fears


strong womanRecent statistics say thirty percent of our worries stem from actions we took (or didn't take) in the past. And 40% of our worries never come to pass. We can't change what's already been done, and there's no use worrying about things that may not happen. So what's left to worry about?


Here's a short list of three common worries -- and how to calm them with common sense thoughts and actions.

1. Worry about natural disasters, terrorist attacks and other doomsday-type, society-changing events - Whether your concerns are about another terrorist attack on U.S. soil, large-scale natural disasters triggered by climate change, or any other event that threatens life as we know it, this kind of worry can make you sick -- and crazy. Watching shows like Doomsday Preppers, where people seem to add validity to these concerns, can make it worse, especially if you feel ill-prepared for such an emergency.

How to Calm the Fear: First, assess the probability of such an event occurring. (Very small!) Consider all the steps that have been taken to protect the U.S. from another attack like that of 9/11/2001.

Still worried? Take action. Make a list of everything you can do to make your home safer and prepare for a natural disaster or an attack. This could include everything from keeping three days worth of water for every person in your house to having a small overnight bag packed for every person in the event of an evacuation. Do you have a generator in case of a long-term power outage? Candles and flashlights in case of a storm? These are the basics of storm prep and every home or apartment, no matter how small or large, should have at least that much.

There's no need to go as far as Doomsday Preppers; just do what you can do to set your mind at ease and then push the worry out of your mind, knowing you've done what's in your power to do.

2. Worry about your health - With cancer, heart disease and diabetes rates rising, it's natural to be concerned about your health. These fears can be doubled when you also have financial worries and fear losing your health insurance coverage (or don't have any right now.)

How to Calm the Fear: Go to the doctor and get a clean bill of health. Get annual check-ups. Ask any questions you might have concerning specific symptoms. Open communication is the best way to get the best health care. If you don't have insurance and it's been a while since you've had a check-up, you may be able to go to a clinic for the basics, or talk to your family doctor about a payment plan and discounts.

Once you've taken these steps, ward off illness with a healthy diet and exercise at least three times a week. You might also consider using Feng Shui to improve the energy around you for better health. Remember, there are certain things that are out of your control but you can still increase your odds of staying healthy longer.

3. Worry about your relationship - Is he cheating? Does this fight mean the end of our relationship? What did he mean by that comment? Over-analyzing a relationship leads to unhappiness for both people but it can be hard to resist the temptation, especially if you've been betrayed or cheated on in the past.

How to Calm the Fear: Take a realistic assessment of your relationship right now, without bringing past baggage in to the mix. Has he ever given you reason to dis-trust him? If she acts out at the end of the night, could it be she's just tired or frustrated at work? If there are two ways to perceive a specific comment, re-frame it in the best possible light.

You might also use Feng Shui principles to give yourself a sense of greater stability in your relationship. You can make sure you are using a solid headboard that is firmly attached to the bed, and that both sides of the master bedroom are equal and symmetrical, for instance, with matching nightstands and table lamps on either side. Here are more Feng Shui tips to strengthen a relationship.

When you use Feng Shui to change the energy in your home or apartment, you will begin acting in alignment with that energy. Make changes with the intention of creating a more stable relationship, and you'll start acting as if your relationship is more stable. Your actions will then reflect on your partner, who, with time, will begin change his or her behavior to match yours, too.

Of course, if you find real reason to believe your partner is cheating or believe your differences can't be solved, it may be time for couple's therapy. Remember that no problem is insurmountable if you stop worrying about it and start acting.


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