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Worrying is never useful

Some emotional states serve a useful purpose despite the negative baggage associated with them.  Stress is one example.

Others, like worry, have a negative connotation for good reason.  Worry is never useful.  Either you can change the outcome or you can’t.  Either act and don’t worry, or decide not to act and don’t worry.

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