Worrying really doesn't do much good. Not worrying is the tough part
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One strategy I used for myself is when I started to worry about something, I would write it down. Every time I did, my brain would quickly go "So what am I going to do about it?"
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If I couldn't figure out a way to actually have an impact on the thing I was worrying about, as in, no way to change the outcome or influence the result, then the issue just kinda faded away.
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The downside is that when I would figure out how I could have an impact, the work involved almost always seemed not worth the effort.
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If you find out how to, it's a matter of thinking to yourself, is this what's going to help me personally and what I want to do the most? Or should it be passed on, or at the very least, given to a voice in the community that could help use that for the good fight for you, helping clean something off your plate to focus on something else you deem as important.
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I'd say, it's a matter of figuring out, if this matters enough for you to take it upon yourself to tackle. If it's something that means so much to you to get involved. Or at the least, you know what could likely be done, and pass it on to someone as your two cents to help further develop a point and argument against the bullshit.
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At the end of the day, it culminates into, what are you able to hold on your plate. Setting the priorities in your life will always be the most important in benefiting yourself.
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You focusing on your life does not = ignoring the problem and being the problem.
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Learn your brain. Learn your tendencies, habits, preferences.

Some advice from friends
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