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The Worry Tree

How to manage worry

How to manage worry using a technique called The Worry Tree. I hope this will help you to worry less and live more effectively. Worrying means thinking negatively and repeatedly about problems or unpleasant things that might happen. Would you like to learn some ways to reduce worrying? Are you a worrier? Do you spend a lot of time in your head thinking about problems or potential problems? If so this presentation could help you.

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