Your Worry Makes You Fatigued

Thinking about your stress is taxing on the brain.

Aimée Sparrow

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Many of us have cognitive distortions; things about us we do not notice are off, which ravages our sense of well-being and comfort levels. Once we identify these confounding issues, we must work through the habits to reform them and adjust better to living a happy, healthy, and carefree life. Easier said than done. Sometimes, we require a third compassionate party to explain our errors.

If you find yourself constantly tired, lacking time or motivation, burnt out, bored with life, and annoyed that you cannot get to all that you want, you might be worrying excessively. There are things we can control and things we cannot. It’s best to take action on what we can control and let go of what we cannot.

We are prone to illness and create holes in our immune protection layer if we are too stressed. One strategy is to be more assertive about what you need toward yourself and those who affect you. Many of us chronically rely on others for our self-image, and if we continue to let them have power over our wellness, we will build upon shaky foundations.

Fatigue is an awful and debilitating condition that makes many wish they would not have to suffer any longer. I recently saw that in Switzerland, where elective human euthanization is legal…

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Aimée Sparrow

An explorer of the philosophy behind psychology and what we dream to inspire peace and solace from suffering. aimee.sparrowling@gmail.com