Emotional maturity isn’t just something we can achieve in the good times. It’s a quality that can accompany us through the deepest crises. A key idea to keep in mind is that it isn’t chiefly what happens to us that affects our lives, it’s how we learn to think about what has happened – and that, fortunately, is very much within our control.
You can read more on this and other subjects on our blog, here: https://bit.ly/3e6CufV “Some of us belong to a social group politely known as ‘worriers.’ That is, we are close to panic on a range of issues pretty much all the time. We worry that the scratch on our knee will turn cancerous, that we’ll catch a deadly disease from touching the hotel door, that all our savings might disappear in a random economic disaster and that our enemies could spread rumours that will forever disgrace and demean us…”