It can be tough to break free from a “What if?” way of thinking. But it is possible to work around your tendencies and adopt a serene state of mind. Just try these four easy strategies.

1. Widen your perspective
2. Keep your brain in the present
3. Practice looking forward to things instead of dreading them
4. Think about the opposite of what you’re worried about

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