Are you an empath? Take the test here to determine your empath score.
Summary of Article
Do you worry about things all day long? Do you tend to make problems larger, instead of smaller? Do you worry even during happy times? Being addicted to worry can lead to insomnia, nightmares, restless sleep and ongoing angst. It is this fear and worry that keep us from shining and living life to our fullest. They also keep us in a constant flight-or-fight response mode, leaving our bodies flooded with cortisol and adrenaline. Many fears center around success, aging, illness, and dying. Once we surrender the fear of being sick, the fear of dying, the fear of dis-ease of any kind – then we can truly enjoy life. In this Washington Post article, I talk about the value of acceptance and surrender.
You can find the full article here.
Are you a worrier? Take the quiz to determine the role that worry is playing in your life.