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Worry is the act of repeatedly thinking about what could go wrong. The thoughts associated with worrying are often repetitive. When a person worries obsessively, they do not have control over the thoughts that come into their mind. Some people worry from time to time, while others struggle with rumination more than once in a while. When worry becomes excessive, it’s crucial to see a mental health professional so they can determine if there is an underlying mental illness. Here you will find articles about what causes people to worry and how to handle these repetitive thoughts. Worrying doesn’t solve problems, but coping with the worries can help you feel better. Read through these articles and find tangible solutions to your anxious thoughts.

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