How can i stop worrying about everything?such as my career development, weight, image, money, relationship etc?!

Question: How can i stop worrying about everything.?such as my career development, weight, image, money, relationship etc.?
i just need to know, from some serene people, how to stop worrying about everything.Health Question & Answer

Our body is made of billions of tiny cells,
To every single cell, we are a world,
In the same way, Earth is millions of times smaller than the universe
We are dwarfed by the enormous size of the solar system

We aren't that important in the great sceme of the sun, the moon, the solar system and the incomprehensible scale of the world... these problems do not matter
Do not waste a second on any thought that may not even happen, just get through each moment. when a problem arises, in your environment, solve it. within reason

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Don't try to plan for everything. When you worry, you tend to make a plan for every possible outcome of a situation. This is usually a complete waste of time and effort.

Just go with the flow! By that I mean just take everything as it comes and deal with problems when you get to them. You'll feel much more confident about approaching problems, and you'll have more time and energy to enjoy life.

This works for short term things but for long term issues, it seems to be better to plan ahead and feel happy about your goals.

Career development - make a path of where you want to go, what you dream to do, and how you're going to get there.

Weight - don't worry about what other people think of you, but keep healthy and active. If you're worried about your health, it might be time to make a few changes. You'll feel much better and have a better life. Do it for yourself, not just to make an impression on other people.

Image - stop worrying about your impression on other people. If you knew how much they didn't care, you wouldn't bother. Be yourself, create your own image, and be proud of it.

Money - make a budget. Try to stick to it in order to save for big purchases, but don't forget that money is for living, and make sure you use it for things that make you happy and help you to have a great life.

Relationship - be yourself. Does the person you are with love you.? Do they make you laugh.? Do you love to be around them.? Go with it.

Overall, just go with the flow, don't worry about what people think of you, and enjoy living every day as if it's your very last.Health Question & Answer

So far everyone has had wonderful suggestions and I suggest that you try them. So I will not repeat their suggestions, but I will add one to the list. The power of prayer. Find a prayer book and start a prayer life if you don't have one. The have meditational prayer as well. I know for myself that it really helps alot. There are just some things you should leave in God's hands.Health Question & Answer

Someone very wise once said, "do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself". also when my kids ask me what if this happens or what if that happens, I always say, "we'll cross that bridge when we get there." Telling them that seems to calm them.Health Question & Answer

me and u are sailing on the same boat and i worry like hell about every single thing...the best thing to do is just hope for the better and always remember...LIVE FOR THE MOMENT and stop thinking about what will happen later or tomorrowHealth Question & Answer

An individual has not started living until he can rise above the narrow confines of his individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity.
Martin Luther King, Jr.

Of course, his and her are interchangeable.
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