A Quote by Daniel Goleman on worries and worrying

Worries typically follow such lines, a narrative to oneself that jumps from concern to concern and more often than not includes catastrophizing, imagining some terrible tragedy.  Worries are almost always expressed in the mind’s ear, not its eye – that is, in words, not images – a fact that has significance for controlling worry.

Daniel Goleman

Source: Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ, Pages: 66

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