1. Keep praying all day long, preferably when you first get up.
It is crucial to keep a consistent prayer routine and it is the best way to get our day begun. If we begin your day with prayer and positive thoughts, it allows us to get an advantage over the negative things that might be thrown our way. The moment you get up, simply say a prayer of thanksgiving to God in the morning for a great day, for his blessings and the blessings that are on the way to you. This is a way to fight overwhelm by beginning the day with positive thoughts and thanksgiving to God for the opportunity to enjoy a peaceful day. When you begin to believe in your mind that you’ll have an excellent day, you will find that good things will be yours. If you are beginning to feel depressed or overwhelmed you should pray and think about the blessings of God.
2. Don’t be concerned about the small things.
We often get overwhelmed and stressed over minor items that aren’t important to us at all. Have you ever felt overwhelmed by the smallest of things? For example, cleaning your home, deciding what you’re planning to prepare at dinner time, or perhaps someone cut you off when on the road? The constant focus on trivial matters can distract us from the positive things should be focusing on. It’s not anything to worry about when you’re not able to cook dinner, or don’t take care of the house, you can leave it to the following day. If someone stops you on the highway, don’t waste your entire day wailing, if you do this, you are giving the person who caused you pain to become you’re puppet master. They are playing with your hands because you’re allowing them to take control of your life and the day.
Small things can appear in various forms, and if you consider what you might be experiencing, it doesn’t even matter. What is the point of blaming your child for nothing while someone else been forced to put theirs in a grave? Why do you complain about your job while someone else has one? Why are you complaining about the cost of your bill when you have cash to cover them? What is the reason to complain about your situation even when another person has been diagnosed with an incurable disease? The next time you’re tempted to worry about over the little things, be thankful to God because it could get even worse.
3. Don’t be worried about things aren’t yours to change.
The majority of things that make people anxious are likely to never occur. However, for those that have occurred, why fret over them when they aren’t able to be altered? If you are worried about things that aren’t able to be changed , it can cause stress or even depressed. If something occurred in the past, it’s already over and the situation cannot be changed. Instead of focusing on the issue, develop an action plan you will deal with the issues and then decide the best way to deal with it instead of fretting. There are many options which can replace the need of worry, such as doing something you love doing, reading an inspiring book, speaking with someone about the issue that worries you and praying about it and recognizing within your mind that no matter what the issue is, it will improve.