Breathe Easy…

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Small problems have a tendency to invade our minds as we obsess, overthink, stress, and worry about them… Over time, it becomes hard to stop these negative thoughts, and the small problems ultimately end up feeling much bigger than they actually are. However, I have realized that most of the things that are stressful right now wont even matter in a few months, and our brain often over-analyzes situations that are actually quite simple. Everything will be sorted out the way it is suppose to with time, so don’t allow these thoughts and situations to create unnecessary chaos in your daily life. Instead, remind yourself that most of the stress that you are feeling right now is simply a cluster of small problems that the brain has manipulated to feel much bigger than they actually are.

“90% of what you are

stressing over today won’t

even be relevant in a year.

Breathe easy.”

~Wesley Snipes

What are your thoughts on this? Was this post helpful to ease some of the tension in your life? How do you deal with stressful situations? Happy Friday!

Author: Maysa Rose

just an eighteen year old writer, college student, former dancer, and book lover trying to figure out this thing, called life, one page at a time... “writing is an underestimated art, you are painting colorful images in people’s minds by using words of black and white." ~unknown

6 thoughts on “Breathe Easy…”

  1. You are so right. I just had a week I don’t want to relive and felt very stressed. All sorts of small problems. Next year I will laugh about it. Your post was very timely for me and helping. It is so true. We worry too much all the time and it makes it worse. Have a nice and restful weekend.

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    1. Aw, I am sorry to hear that you had a stressful week, but you are definitely not alone. The good news is that the weekend has arrived, so you have time to recover. 🙂 I am glad that this post helped you though, and I wish you the best. Thanks!

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