My heart pounds in my chest. The terror of death assaults me. Fear and trembling overwhelm me, and I can’t stop shaking.
Fear is in the present. It’s a reaction to an immediate, actual threat. Fear is healthy because it alerts us to danger so we can take action. Worry lives in the future. There is no immediate threat. There isn’t even an actual threat. Worry obsesses over possible threats. It sounds silly when you put it this way. Worry is an unhealthy obsession with the question, “What if?”
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