The famous saying... "What's the point in worrying about issues we have no control over? What's the point in worrying about issues we have control over? So,why at all worry?" is sure an easy thing to say,but one of the most difficult things to implement. No matter,how composed,how mature,how clever you think you are,at sometime or the other you are overcome by this strange emotion called,which,you try your best to keep at bay,but end up losing to it. According to
Dr. Edward Hallowell , psychiatrist and author of Worry, "Worry serves a productive function", "anticipatory and dangerous" worrying --which he calls "toxic worry" though--can be harmful for your mental and physical health.