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We are told in 1 Peter 5:7, "Give all your worries and cares to God, for he cares about you." We need to be occupied with the things of God and not the things of this world because when we worry, we are denying the truthfulness, the power, and the love of God and His Word.
She might have a perfect figure, but if Ciara chatted to the girl with the thousands of followers she'd learn she'd have as many worries as her.
The story is such a lovely way to introduce worries to children in class but also great for working with individual children.
There are also sizable differences between non-Hispanic whites and all nonwhites, with nonwhites far more likely to harbor significant financial worries.
The two teams - Thana Worries and College-XI team were locked 2-2 at the end of the stipulated 90-minute.
And participants who reported higher levels of cancer-related worries also conducted breast self-examinations, underwent regular mammograms, and sought clinical breast examinations.
This eye-opening approach successfully strives to help chronic worriers work with the current of their thoughts rather than focus on how they are thinking "wrong." The Worry Trick picks apart typical ways people try to mitigate their excessive worryinga"simply trying to think "positively," actively trying not to think about their worries, and avoiding triggers -- in a way that is unpredictable and also makes perfect sense.
ONE in three children as young as eight worries about money, a report has found.
Synopsis: Americans who carry debt have many financial worries and are more likely than others to try cutting costs and raising money.