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I must comment on your great attitude and I agree, worrying is not going to fix anything other than to steal your joy. Worry is just an automatic habit of thinking and responding to certain events in life. It's produced by specific thoughts (i.e., conversations) and behaviors (i.e., action patterns) that get triggered automatically inside our bodies.
For some people worry turns into a mental health issue as they get stuck in "what if?" thinking.
For me, I accept that I cannot stop time nor my medical condition so I choose to live in the moment. I will leave you with this little ditty:
"If you have one eye on yesterday, and one eye on tomorrow, you're going to be cockeyed today." Anonymous
and Heart/Cardiovascular Disease. "She Stood in the Storm & When the Wind Did Not Blow Her Away, She Adjusted Her Sails."