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TOPIC: Following on from my last topic on Anxiety - advice needed

Following on from my last topic on Anxiety - advice needed 3 months 5 days ago #108394

Annoyed wrote: This may sounds silly but when I heard the expression “ worrying never fixed anything” it went deep and made me reevaluate my thought processes. So all of your overthinking has zero effect on any outcomes or concerns that you may have. The opportunity you have to spend time with your son on this planet at this time is beyond calculations and may not ever present itself again, don’t waste this time.


That's so true and I must keep that as my focus. Thanks. :)

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Following on from my last topic on Anxiety - advice needed 2 months 1 week ago #108938

Hello, absolutely support what January suggest, plus if you have the means, why not make a photographic memory journal of all the activities that you've done together? This way when your son is not with you, you will be able to look back and be reassured of positive times. Also it will be something you can look back at together. Photos are really important in our family, as so many of them live away from where we are. Have a great summer !
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Following on from my last topic on Anxiety - advice needed 2 months 1 week ago #108949

Clarinet wrote: Hello, absolutely support what January suggest, plus if you have the means, why not make a photographic memory journal of all the activities that you've done together? This way when your son is not with you, you will be able to look back and be reassured of positive times. Also it will be something you can look back at together. Photos are really important in our family, as so many of them live away from where we are. Have a great summer !
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Thanks. I definitely keep a photographic record. :)

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Following on from my last topic on Anxiety - advice needed 3 weeks 3 days ago #109936

thats great :-)

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