Worry never robs tomorrow of its sorrow. It only saps today of its joy.
Leo Buscaglia


Anxiety is a combination of 4 things: unidentified anger, hurt, fear, self-pity. We expect error, rejection, humiliation, and actually start to anticipate it.

Anxiety is an internal response to a perceived threat to our well-being. We feel threatened by an abstract, unknown danger that could harm us in the future.

Worry is a mild form of anxiety. Worry is a tendency to mull over and over and over anxiety-provoking thoughts. Worry is thinking, in an obsessive way, about something that has happened or will happen. Going over something again and again and asking, “What will I do? What should I have done?”

Worry is anticipated anger. Instead of facing the unknown, it is a fear of losing control in the unknown. Worry is confusion. Obligated worry is to prove we are not taking life for granted and to show how much we care.

Are you your harshest critic? Do you deal with your anxiety by controlling others? Do you torture yourself with worse-case scenarios?

EFT tapping which stands for Emotional Freedom Technique is a technique that can address the anxiety, worry, anger, hurt, fear, and self-pity. EFT can change the beliefs that lead us away from peace and serenity. Below are three EFT tapping statements that can be tapped out.

EFT tapping statements for anxiety and worry:
* I am my harshest critic.
* I deal with anxiety by controlling others.
* I torture myself with worse-case scenarios.
* I worry about everything.
* I go over and over the “what ifs.”
* The world is a very dangerous place.
* It’s not safe to make mistakes.
* Something is wrong if life is easy.
* I’m anxious about most everything.
* I don’t have any control of my thoughts.


© Tessa Cason, Little Sage Enterprises, LLC, 2015.

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