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Worrying unecessarily


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i have always been a worrier.

Just before my stroke I thought I was getting it more under control trying to get a more laid back attitude.To a certain extent it was working. Since the stroke I have tried to adopt the attitude there's no point worrying about what happens after you cross the brigde because you may not get to the bridge in the first place.

 

Why then have I spent the week in turmoil.

I dont really know whats bought it on, lots of silly things happened this week.

 

I had a huge row with my 15 yr old about money and going out. I have been asking him to do something for me for two weeks- only cutting the hedge and strimming the verge- and it still hasnt been done. He then wanted to out to watch the Senior golf and he expected money from me. Sorry to say I lost the plot. He already owes us

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Mary,

Moan away, you are allowed. Also, I don't think all you are worried about is small petty things that you need to ignore. They seem to have some value and importance you know. It just seems they have all ganged up on you at once.

Yes, tomorrow is a brand new day and don't worry till you get to the bridge!

Pam

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BESIDES THE PHRASE 'the check is in the mail", THE NEXT MOST COMMON PHRASE IS "don't worry". WE ALL HAVE A LITTLE PART OF US THAT WASTES SO MUCH TIME TRYING TO FIGURE OUT WHAT WILL BE THAT WE FORGET TO FOCUS AND ENJOY OURSELVES. I ONCE HAD A MANAGER WHO LOVED TO WORRY. IF THINGS WERE RUNNING SMOOTHLY, HE WOULD STIR THE POT AND CREATE A PROBLEM SO HE COULD WORRY. AFTER 3 MONTHS OF THIS, I GAVE HIM SOMETHING TO WORRY ABOUT. FINDING A NEW JOB.

 

 

WHAT WILL BE WILL BE. HOW MANY TIMES HAVE YOU WORRIED ABOUT SOMETHING, AND WHAT YOU THOUGHT MIGHT HAPPEN, NEVER HAPPENED?

 

ENJOY TODAY. TOMORROW WILL TAKE CARE OF ITSELF.

 

MARTY (USED TO BE A WORRIED MAN) waycon1.gif

 

 

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Hi,

I noted that part of your worrying is about your PFO appoint. and possible

closure. I had closure done June24th,2005 and it was no problem at all.

The procedure only took a few minutes when everything was set up and it

is done as day surgery.You don't feel anything before or after. There is only

small restrictons for lifting and climbing stairs frequently for a short time.

I am happy I have had my PFO closed to prevent further strokes.

If you ever want to pm me about your PFO and want more info you are welcome to pm me any time.

I was very worried pre:PFO closure and everyone on this site helped me

tremendously with support.

Take Care

lorrainelm cloud9.gif

 

P.S. Don't worry

Be Happy smile.gif

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