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How to stop worrying about the future?

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- Sun, 24 Oct 2021 15:25:04 EST jgqoAvNY No.540972
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I find that I am unable to stop worrying about the next thing that I need to do or the next thing that might happen. Today, I took a walk, I didn't overeat, and I exercised. It's was a good day but I don't feel good because I am worrying about work tomorrow.

When I am with friends, when I am on date, even while I'm having sex, I can never be "present" in the moment, I am constantly worrying about what comes next.

Is it possible to stop doing this?
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Fuck Drellydale - Sun, 24 Oct 2021 17:25:40 EST qxHlraK/ No.540973 Reply
Oh, you again. I thought you didn't have friends and couldn't find good dates?

Anyways, I'd recommend something like trying to practice mindfulness and meditation techniques with a focus on appreciating the present moment but you made it clear in the other thread that you don't want anything to do with "new age bullshit" so you probably won't care about anything I or a lot of other people have to say.

Has your JP book arrived yet?
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Basil Brushspear - Sun, 24 Oct 2021 18:29:16 EST ZmXzYIFT No.540974 Reply
Yes, live in the present, like the other guy said.

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