Last updated on August 28th, 2020 at 11:44 am
Many of us now have a lot more time on our hands. We can choose to view this as a positive opportunity for self-discovery. But it can be all too easy to move in the opposite direction and to succumb to a spiral of worry. Questions can swirl within our minds until we get stuck into a thick soup of distress. Worries such as, “Will my parents and grandparents stay healthy?”, “How can I find work if I am up against well-qualified people?”, “When will I see my friends again?” and “Am I coping with this in the way I should?”. Today I am going to discuss how worrying too much can affect you and explain the first steps that you can take if you are experiencing worry.
Beth is forever curious about what makes people tick. She is a master’s degree graduate and former psychology teacher (AKA a proud behaviour nerd!). Autism awareness is a cause close to her heart – check out her fundraiser. Beth becomes her happiest self when she’s helping people like you to enhance your life.