Anonymous
Anonymous asked in HealthMental Health · 6 months ago

Advice on how to stop worrying about something you did and can not change.?

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  • Anonymous
    6 months ago

    if it’s in the past now and it doesn’t affect you anymore then u have nothing to worry about. If u did someone wrong the best way is to realise your mistake and be apologetic. you learn from your mistakes and never learning the lesson is scarier. Now u know you’re not gonna make the same mistake so it’s time for you to move on. If you’re stuck in the past you can’t focus on your future.

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  • zeno
    Lv 6
    6 months ago

    Nope. Once you do something wrong it sticks

    On your conscience like glue. You now have

    A cross on your back that weighs you down

    Forever. It eventually causes your brain not

    To work properly. This is what causes tyrants

    To mentally break down. Woodrow Wilson

    And Adolph hitler both died with hands

    Shaking and other signs of brain damage.

    Too much evil breaks your brain. The only

    Cure is to stop doing bad stuff and go out

    Of your way to help people or animals

    Or plants survive. I stopped last week

    And gave a guy holding a sigh saying he

    Needed bottled water. I happened to have

    A few extra gallon bottles of water and gave

    Him one. He said ( your a life saver ) and I

    Closed the door and drove off. Good dreads

    Don't take that long. I helped him and he

    Needed it. End of story. Don't get carried

    Away with helping everyone. Randomly

    Help and don't get hyper over volunteery

    With it. Keep it healthy and only one in a

    While. Like a few times a month.

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  • Robert
    Lv 4
    6 months ago

    You cannot change it. Learning to accept things you can't affect is part of becoming your own person.

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  • Anonymous
    6 months ago

    By shoving a lit fountain firecracker up your @ss

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