Discover why people worry and what they worry about during the Coronavirus?
I have noticed that people are worrying about a variety of issues during the Coronavirus. These observations got my Green Brain thinking about what causes people to worry and what each Brain Color personality worries about.
William Ralph Inge said, “Worry is interest paid on trouble before it is due.”
The verb worry means to give way to anxiousness or to dwell on troubles or difficulties.
The noun worry means a state of mind concerning anxiety and uncertainty. There also are copious synonyms for the noun: fret, be concerned, be anxious, agonize, overthink, brood, panic, lose sleep, get worked up, get stressed, get in a state, stew, torment, anxiety, perturbation, distress, concern, uneasiness, unease, disquiet, fretfulness, restlessness, nervousness, nerves, agitation, edginess, tension, stress.
Below are examples of the four Brain Color Personalites, why they worry, and what they are worrying about during the Coronavirus.
Yellow Brain Personalities are worried because they feel out of control. They want to feel they are charge of their life, instead of Coronavirus being in charge.
Blue Brain Personalities become concerned when they do not have peacefulness in life. They want to have harmony in their homes while their entire family is home or they cannot be with their family; they are out of work or working from home; and/or their children are experiencing e-learning.
Green Brain Personalities are stressed because they are concerned about having the correct facts. They need to have all the data an are being bombarded by 24/7 news on TV, the radio, online, and in the newspapers.
Orange Brain Personalities are anxious because other people are telling what to do, such as the “stay at home” order. They need to feel they have the freedom to make their own decisions.
I hope you will find the following poem from Joe Fermano’s Daily Dose Quote “Be a warrior, not a worrier.” by William Wallace helpful. It is from Joe’s inspiring book Quotes for Life & Words to Live By.
As Bobby McFerrin’s song says, “Don’t worry, Be happy!“
Stop worrying about the bad stuff, enjoy the good and don’t forget to…
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