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10 Habits to Train Worry to Work for you in Life and Martial Arts : TKF 50

Become a Handler versus the Worrier

by Sifu TW Smith

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During the past 2 weeks we have had 5 students go through major life changes.

Decisions about job offers from competitors.

Employment status changes.

Relationship status changes.

Diagnosis of health conditions.

First, folks that recently connected with us

Tai Chi Chuan Europe @TaichichuanEU

Applied Awareness @time4meditation

Richard Malone @kung_fu_panda73

Lee Davey @bennywaffle

Cherokee Whole Health connected with us.

Turning Worry into a useful emotion.

All of these circumstances stimulate worry. Worry is One of the Seven basic emotions, and it is also a protective emotion, so we don't want it shut off, but we don't want it running wild either.

In todays podcast :

The old teachings and modern research on the Emotion of Worry.

Already Induced Worry :

For Children and Adults

4 techniques that will not work, ever

3 techniques that can bring someone from thick worry.

Professor Cohen discusses in his book:

The Opposite of Worry: The Playful Parenting Approach to Childhood Anxieties and Fears

How to recognize when your worry has gone to far

Prevention of Over Worry.

Recognize the difference between Worriers and Handlers

10 Habits that Handlers have.

How Does Worry Show Up in Your Martial Arts?

What is its Effect?

10 Habits to Train the Emotion of Worry

Listener Comments

Shortly after I posted this podcast, a listener messaged me :

I just finished listening to the last Tibetan Kung fu episode about worrying. Best episode I've heard so far. It came at just the right time in my life and I appreciate it. Well done and thank you.

I will refer to three different Professors who study the emotion of worry for a living.

Most recent studies with real life testing.

Old teaching and how it hasn't changed a bit tody.

Psychology Solutions

Amanda Chan : Dr. Moser and Dr. Purdon in Huffington Post Article

Article : Psychology Today

The Opposite of Worry: The Playful Parenting Approach to Childhood Anxieties and Fears

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