In England, you can hear a common expression: “Don’t get your knickers in a twist.” This is My advice to you, My Darlings.
Frankly, you do get upset. You tend to aggravate over situations and over possible incoming situations, aggravate over what might be, not in a sense of what lovely happenings might occur, but rather in the sense of all the direness that could.
A common expression in the U.S. is: “Don’t yell until you are hit.”
In every country in the world, there is an expression that addresses the practical point: “Don’t borrow trouble ahead of time.”
The world does happen to include some good solid advice for My children to listen to.
Of course, the world also holds advice that is contrary.
What I say is: Refrain from culturing worry. This is incumbent upon you.
Only in the world is there this and is there
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