Back when, worrying/fretting about things was my norm. While I got over that, I really didn’t do anything more than develop rote systems for dealing with basic (and solidly foreseeable anxieties – e.g., getting to the airport on time, meeting a deadline) and accepting that worry was my status quo. Take what Daniel Levitin discusses in this TED Talk, and there’s a valuable life lesson. If obsessing is a normal state, obsess intelligently, obsess forward. I’ve got something here, but I don’t know what exactly. Let me think on it.
Write a bit about life's little absurdities. Like to work with my hands to cook, to make things, to garden.
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