You Don't Have to be Stressed Up. You Don't Have to Always go on the Worry Lane
I had this discussion with a friend of mine sometimes ago when he came visiting:
“You look worried,” I said to him. “Hope all is well.”
“Yes,” My friend looked at me and smiled wryly. “I’m okay. I’m perfectly okay.”
“No,” I replied. “You’re not. You’re stressed up. I can see it written all over you. I wanted to ask this same question since you arrived yesterday but I kept it to myself.”
My friend continued to deny the fact that he was stressed up despite the fact that it was all written over him. However, events after that day confirmed he was actually going through some personal problems that have gone a long way to put him in the worry mode and also put him under lots of stress.
I could see the message of stress written all over him and I was sure of what I saw even though he denied it initially. The description above should go a long way to show you the effect stress, worry, and anxiety, and their likes can have on you both spiritually, mentally, and physically. The effects can be seen by a second person who is careful enough to look very well.
But you don’t have to be stressed up. You don’t have to always go on the worry and anxiety lanes. You can put them in check and live your normal life despite all the troubles around you.
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