Study of Emotions
Types of Emotions
Survey on Emotions
Dealing With Emotions
Worry involves many
unrealistic fears and anxieties, interfering with a person's sleep, appetite, concentration on
a task, and relaxing.
Most people experience worry from time to time. Feeling worried can sometimes be a good thing,
and can actually help motivate you to do things. Worry, however, is a constant factor in some
people's lives which makes it hard for them to function on a daily basis.
Many people are reluctant to tell anyone about their
feelings of worry for fear others will think they are overreacting. Communication is the key,
though, to overcoming worry. People who worry need to have support from their family and
friends. If worry persists, you should most definitely seek professional help and treatment.
Many people have learned to accept and deal with their worried feelings so it doesn't consume
and spoil their lives.