Worrying well: how to bring wisdom to your worries

Worry is traditionally seen as a negative emotion. But is it possible worry has a positive function, and that we just donโ€™t tend to use it well? Physician and researcher Martin L. Rossman argues that worry is actually an adaptive function to better solve problems and imagine creative solutions. And worrying well is a skill …

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Why we worry

I spend a lot of time worrying. About work, money, my friends, my family, the future. Itโ€™s not the kind of paralysing worry that prevents me from getting anything done. Itโ€™s more akin to background noise which I got pretty good at ignoring. But itโ€™s still there. It makes it harder than Iโ€™d like to …

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