Growing up I used to worry a lot. I mean I still worry about things, don't get me wrong. Although now, fewer things bother me or cause me stress like they used to.
When I was younger, little things like people not responding to my messages, people bailing on plans last min, whether or not certain people liked me etc. were things that regularly caused me stress or frustration. Maybe it's because I'm older, but these things don't really bother me much at all anymore.
If you don't want to respond to my message, that's fine. I'm pretty sure I can find a better conversation elsewhere. If you want to bail on plans last minute, that's fine. I generally have no problem going out alone, plus I really don't mind staying in and getting some work done. If you don't like me, that's fine. I know my value and I have a strong core of people in my life that respect me and vice versa.
At the end of the day, worrying definitely does disrupt your inner peace. Not worrying can almost be equated to not caring. Although in my opinion, not caring takes away all the power that can come from worrying. 💯💯💯 @deflogix