Dr Forshee shares some insight on the difference between worry and anxiety.
“You worry too much.” How many times has someone told you that?
If you’re one of the 40 million Americans living with anxiety, there’s a good chance you’ve heard those four words often.
While worry is a part of anxiety, it’s certainly not the same thing. And confusing the two can lead to frustration for the people who do have anxiety.
So, how do you tell the difference? Here are seven ways worry and anxiety are different.
1. Worry means you control the intensity and duration of your worrying. With anxiety, it’s not that easy.
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