What are you worried about? Think about it. Make a list. Review for accuracy. Worry about it. Worry about the list a bit. Worry that it is accurate, just right. Got it? Worry a little more. If you want, call someone and tell them, but this is not required...or even recommended
What can you do about the items on your list? What about the things that you didn't write down, but still worry about? Make another list. Or ponder, meditate, think hard about it. I think its important to make a list, though.
Now here's the difficult part. Take action. Do something. List steps toward alleviating the worry. I find just doing something, even just making the list, is a balm for the worried soul. And one step forward is better than none. Don't worry about that old saw about one step forward, two steps back. Just add that to your list. Worry about it for two, three, even five minutes. Then move on.
Results. Yeah, I guess I am gonna tell you again, make a list. Write it down. Don't let it float around in your head aimlessly, causing, you guessed it, more worry. Having a worry is your way of telling yourself something's off. Maybe something's dangerous to your mental health or your physical well being. But just worrying about it leads to more worry and potential grief.
Remember: worry exists to tell you something is afoot. It tells you something going on needs your attention. So that said, what are you worried about?