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stress is poison by Giulia Bartra

For most of us, anxiety is derived from outside forces such as work, school, finances, and relationships, as well as our own negative self-talk. When our imagination gets the best of us and uncertainty grabs the steering wheel in our minds, we have a way of making ourselves anxious.

Source: The Stories We Tell Ourselves @ The Huffington Post

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