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  • Writer's pictureRobin Bruebach

Are you a worrier or a warrior?

I am a worrier. By definition, I torment myself with disturbing thoughts. I think about the negative instead of the opportunities that are possible. I worry about what others might think, what they might say, that I might fail. But I am changing.

Covid isolation has left me with time to "go down the rabbit hole." I have worried about my health and the health of my family and friends. I have been lost without in-person contact. I have worried about the minutia of schedules, masks and distancing and leaving my life at school. I worried about what is next in life for me.

But in the worry I had courage to do things I have never done before. Birthday videos for my teenager, celebrations via Zoom, taking on-line classes. Redefining myself, reconnecting with new communities, reflecting about who I am and who I want to be.

I have been a warrior because I was a worrier.

I am focused on being a warrior.

Where is your focus?

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