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(3,958 words, 18 pages, 7 images)

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Table of Contents for the Follow Your Intuition PLR Ebook:

Introduction. 3

What a Little Birdie Told Me about Worry… 4

Why Do We Worry & Why Can’t We Stop?. 6

The Positive Side of Worry. 6

5 Stressful Worries That Aren’t Worth Your Time. 7

1 – “If I go after my dream job/career, I will end up in worse shape than I am now.” 7

2 – “My personal success will scare away my friends.” 8

3 – “What if I fail?” 8

4 – “What will people think of me if…” 9

5 – “What will happen if I leave this relationship?” 9

Worry vs. Anxiety Disorders: Know the Symptoms. 10

Make Worry More Productive: Create a ‘Worry Period & Find Solutions. 12

How to Change Your Negative Self-Talk to Reduce Worry. 13

How to Practice Mindfulness So You Worry Less. 15

11 Tips for Letting Go of Worries You Have No Control Over 16

7 Worry Quotes to Motivate You and Help You Stress Less. 17

Remember…. 18


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Did you know 85% of what you worry about will never happen? That is one of the findings of an important study that has produced some startling results about worrying. The volunteers in this study were asked to write down things they worry about over a long period of time. They were also told to record how many of their worries actually came true, and which ones did not happen. There are two main points to take away from this Pennsylvania State University study.

First, take solace in the fact that 8 1/2 of every 10 things you worry about will never be a problem in your life. Maybe more importantly, the data that comes from that study additionally showed that when the 15% of worries did happen, nearly 8 out of every 10 of the subjects said they were easily able to handle the perceived difficulty much better than they had expected.

That means an astounding 97% of the time, what you worry about will either not come to pass, or your perceptions of the difficulties it could cause in your life will be greatly overexaggerated.

Michel de Montaigne did not take part in the Pennsylvania State University study just mentioned. That is mostly because he died about 450 years before it was conducted. However, had he been alive at the time, he certainly would have agreed with the findings, and probably predict them beforehand. He knew well the problem human beings have with needless worry. One of his many famous quotes follows:

“There were many terrible things in my life, and most of them never happened.”

The influential French Renaissance writer is best known for developing the essay as a popular form of literature. His devoted followers include Ralph Waldo Emerson and William Shakespeare, Rene Descartes and Friedrich Nietzsche. Revered more as an intellectual statesman and scholar than for his writing, he was well known for entertaining the idea that self-doubt is common and can sometimes be helpful, but that when it gets out of control, it can be problematic to the point of physical and mental health problems.

What a Little Birdie Told Me about Worry…

Earl Nightingale is more than just a man with an avian last name. Raised in the depression era in the United States, Nightingale educated himself and went on to become one of the most successful publishers in the self-improvement field of print and audio media. In a short article he entitled “The Fog of Worry”, Nightingale quoted the US National Bureau of Standards (NBS), a government organization in charge of measurement standards. They stated …

“A dense fog covering seven city blocks, to a depth of 100 feet, is composed of something less than one glass of water.”

He went on to use that factual piece of data to represent human worry. Using other information and statistics culled by his own personal knowledge, researchers and his years as a self-improvement coach and author, he found that only about 8% of the things you fret and fuss over are worth your time. The other 92% make up the vast fog the NBS measured as containing less than a single glass of water.

The lesson here is straightforward… stop worrying so much.

In this report on how to stop worrying and start enjoying your life, you will discover exactly why you worry, and why it may not be a bad thing some of the time. You will learn certain things you don’t need to waste your time worrying about, whether you are engaged in simple, healthy concern or you have developed an anxiety disorder, and how to block off a specific amount of time in your life for worry so it does not consume every minute of your day.

We will give you some tips on how to change negative self-talk to positive input, and how practicing mindfulness can give you more clarity concerning what to worry about, and what to ignore. Finally, you get 11 best practices proven to help you let go of anxiety, uncertainty and doubt, for better mental health and happier emotions. Let’s get started by looking into the science of how worry works in humans.

Note: The above content is just a snippet of the ebook.

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Topic: Is It Just Worry or an Anxiety Disorder?

Email 1 – What Is Worrying and Why Do We Do It
Email 2 – Anxiety Disorders
Email 3 – Panic Attacks
Email 4 – Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Email 5 – Social Anxiety Disorder

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What Is Worrying and Why Do We Do It?

Welcome to the first lesson in this ecourse. Before we can get deeper into worrying, we must first define what it is: “To feel uneasy, anxious or concerned about something – troubled.”

For most of us this can happen at least occasionally, if not one time or another each day. But if it escalates to the point of interfering with your life, then it is time to get professional help.

As far as why we worry, it is a control thing.  By trying to solve every problem and control every situation, we actually hinder our normal thought cognitive processes in the brain and end up overstimulating the fear-processing areas instead. Of course, extreme (and unfounded) fear in some cases can lead to phobias. In other cases, it can escalate to the point where is becomes one of many diagnosable anxiety disorders.

If you are a constant worrier, there are three things you can do to stop: First, realize you cannot control everything that will happen in the future, so quit trying. Second, enjoy living in the here and now today. Each day has a lot to offer and if you are constantly worrying about what will happen tomorrow, you are missing a lot of what is happening today.

Third, realize that you really don’t have much control over much of anything, but if you concentrate your worrying to things you can control, and not about the things you can’t, you can have some feeling of control over the things within your span of control. At least in this case, your worrying is beneficial and you’ll get a sense of satisfaction from your worrying.

When kept under control, worrying can actually help us to perform better. It sharpens our senses so we become more aware of the things around us. However, when it reaches the point of uncontrollable – and it interferes with our daily life – then it becomes more detrimental than beneficial.

If left unchecked, worrying not only can cause anxiety disorders, but physical health issues too, such as indigestion, constipation, headaches, colds, loss of appetite, loss of sleep, etc.

In the next lesson, we are going to explore a little deeper into anxiety disorders and especially anxiety attacks.


Stop Worrying PLR Articles:

  1. 4 Ways to Calm Yourself Down When You’re Feeling Worried – 392 words
  2. A Guide to Talking Therapy for Anxiety – 422 words
  3. How Mindfulness Can Help You Stop Worrying – 408 words
  4. How to Accept Uncertainty in Life – 413 words
  5. What is Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)? – 409 words


Stop Worrying PLR Article Sample:

4 Ways to Calm Yourself Down When You’re Feeling Worried

Anxiety can soon start to take over your life, and sometimes, you can’t stop yourself from feeling worried and anxious about a particular situation. However, worrying has never achieved anything for anyone, so it’s important to learn a few simple techniques to calm yourself down when the anxiety starts to take over.

1. Concentrate on breathing

Many people will tell you to ‘breathe’ when you’re feeling worried, and it’s true that you can start to hyperventilate or hold your breath when you’re feeling nervous, worried or stressed about something. When you start worrying, take a moment to really concentrate on your breathing. Count to five as you inhale and then count to five as your exhale. Repeat this for as long as you need until you’re feeling more settled.

2. Focus on the positives

Rather than focusing on all the things that could potentially go wrong, think about everything that could go right. Imagine a situation when nothing goes wrong and everything goes exactly as you want it to go. This is particularly good if you’re worried about a situation such as an interview, meeting or performance. Imagine everything working out in your favor, and rather than going ahead thinking about negative things, turn it around.

3. Have a massage or take a hot shower or bath

It’s amazing just how much these little things can help you to stop feeling worried. Even though worry and anxiety comes from our brains, it starts to affect you physically too. You might start to get more tense, develop headaches or even get shoulder and back pain. Not only can hot water help you to feel better, but a head or shoulder massage will make your worries disappear, if only for an hour or two.

4. Talk to somebody

If you have worries, talk to somebody you feel comfortable with since there are many benefits to doing this. One benefit is that talking to somebody helps you to offload anything you’re feeling tired or stressed and worried about. It also allows you to talk it through and get a different point of view on a situation that is causing you some worry. It’s good to get some fresh ideas and insight, and other people can bring you back to reality and help you to understand that the situation isn’t really as bad as it seems.



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10 Anxiety PLR Articles

Anxiety PLR Article Sample:

Common Treatments for Anxiety

Anxiety is a difficult thing to live with. It can affect your relationships and overall quality of life. The good news is, anxiety tends to respond to treatment. Here are some of the more common treatments for anxiety.

-Behavioral Therapy
Behavioral therapy is about just that – behavior. It is not designed to delve into the patient’s past, or explore underlying causes of the patient’s anxiety. It does, however, help the patient identify patterns of thinking and behaving, and how those thoughts and behaviors are connected. The goal is to help the patient manage the problem.

-Cognitive Therapy
This kind of therapy teaches the patient to have rational responses to stressful situations rather than negative, self-abasing responses. Cognitive therapy helps the patient face – and therefore overcome – the irrational thoughts and beliefs that bring on an anxious response.

While there are several anxiety medications on the market, most experts agree that medication should be used in conjunction with some other sort of therapy. Medication is generally considered a short-term help, and, depending on the type of anxiety exhibited, is not a long-term solution.

-Regular Exercise
This is basic, but effective. Exercise causes the brain to release endorphins, the “feel good” brain chemicals that help you relax and feel happy and content. Exercise also uses your muscles and promotes good circulation. Daily exercise is best, but even regular exercise several times a week has proven helpful.

-Meditation or Relaxation Techniques
Like regular exercise, these treatments need to be practiced regularly. They can help release muscle tension. Meditation and relaxation also promote centered, calm patterns of thought.

While most of us think of a patient lying on a couch with a psychiatrist swinging a pocket watch in front of the patient’s face, modern, legitimate hypnosis is practiced differently. Performed by a hypnotherapist, hypnosis puts the patient into a deeply relaxed state. While the patient is in this state, the hypnotherapist suggests techniques and methods for managing the patient’s anxiety.

This treatment basically teaches you how to recogize your body’s anxiety symptoms. It “tunes you in” to your body’s cues so that you can recognize an oncoming episode of anxiety. If you can recognize its onset, you can learn to stop it from getting full-blown.

This usually involves talking to someone, and is sometimes called “talk therapy.” Therapists help the anxiety sufferer understand and identify what is going on, which then enables the sufferer to manage his or her anxiety.


10 Self Esteem PLR Article and Tweets

Self Esteem PLR Article Sample:

Factors That Influence Your Self-Esteem

There are many factors in life that influence your self-esteem. These factors can either build your self-esteem up, or pull you down.


Your childhood is one of the main contributing influences to your self-esteem. As you are growing up and your personality and everything else are developing, everyone around you has the potential to influence the person you become – including your self-esteem.

For example, children that grow up in particularly chaotic home environments tend to have lower confidence and self-esteem. Children that grow up in unstable homes tend to carry that burden with them throughout their entire lives.


The pressures of society are a main contributor of low self-esteem. There are so many demands to live a certain way, dress a certain way, have a certain kind of job and act accordingly. These pressures can weigh on you, and succumbing to the pressure can often lead to low self-esteem.


Our absolute obsession with the media, whether it is print ads, television, or social media, contributes to the dilemma of widespread self-esteem issues, especially in today’s youth. The ready access of social media especially helps to influence young minds with the pressure to look, act, or otherwise be like celebrities, public figures, or even their peers. It can be hard not to compare yourself to others even as an adult, but young people struggle with this even more than adults.


Some religions and other belief systems can contribute to your sense of self-worth. On the one hand, some religions and belief systems can build you up as a person and fill your life with love and joy. On the other, some religions suggest that people are inherently bad and that you are a “sinner” no matter how you live your life. While no belief system is inherently bad in itself, sometimes these practices and ideas can influence self-esteem.

Friends and Family

The people you spend time with have a big influence on your self-esteem. Your friends can help you build up your confidence, self-image, and self-respect, or they can bring you down. Some people even purposefully bring each other down to build themselves up, whether or not they are aware of what they are doing.

The family that you grew up with, as well as the family that you come home to, can have an effect on your self-esteem as well. Feelings of inadequacy when it comes to providing for your family can add to a low self-esteem, while a family that works together and builds each other up can contribute to a healthy self-esteem.

Romantic Involvements

All relationships can influence your self-esteem, but romantic relationships tend to have the biggest effect. Being in a happy and loving relationship can boost your self-esteem. On the other hand, a bad relationship can bring you down in so many ways. A bad break-up or being left by a partner can also weigh heavily on your confidence and self-esteem.

Work Environment

You spend so much of your life at work or at school, so it’s no wonder that that environment would influence every aspect of your life, including your self-esteem. A stressful and overly demanding job can often contribute to a low self-esteem, while a productive and encouraging workplace can help you grow stronger.


Your overall health can also contribute to your self-esteem. Taking care of yourself, body, mind and spirit can strengthen all aspects of yourself including your self-esteem.

Overall, there are so many factors that can influence your self-esteem. Every part of your life has influence, and therefore has power over your self-esteem. But, the person with the most control over your self-esteem is yourself. Practice giving yourself good messages; avoid self-bullying in order to build up your self-esteem.

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Budget Friendly Stress-Busting Ideas for Mom PLR Report Sample:

It’s a scene from Desperate Housewives or some reality TV show. Mom is stressed out, so she books a day at the spa or a weekend away with the gals. Or maybe she registers for a high-price and trendy yoga class or simply washes the stress away with some fancy-schmancy martinis. Oh, and don’t forget the shopping spree because there’s nothing like spending a bunch of money to get rid of all your worries. Clearly you’ve got many options for relieving your stress when you live on television.

But that’s not our reality, is it? In fact, it’s probably almost no one’s reality, so understand that you’re definitely not alone in wondering how those ladies do it.

While I’d even question the martinis and shopping having any lasting effect on stress, in fact none of the above are mentioned are possible for the mom on the budget. And if you’re overworked, overextended and frazzled, overspending is no way to get yourself back on track. So banish that thought immediately.

So what do you do if you don’t have a bunch of money to spare to have fun and relieve your stress? Well, unless there are some serious issues you don’t need expensive therapy and there’s no reason to shell out a bunch of cash for high-price exercise classes. We’ve got a number of great ideas to prove you can beat that stress without breaking the budget.

First Remember This: If Mom’s Not Happy, Nobody’s Happy

“A mother is a person who seeing there are only four pieces of pie for five people, promptly announces she never did care for pie.” ~ Tenneva Jordan

You’ve probably heard the saying, “If mom’s not happy, nobody’s happy,” but have you really thought about what it means? We mothers try to do everything for everyone else, often leaving ourselves feeling overwhelmed and stressed out. That stress, in turn, affects our loved ones – the very people we are living each day for.

Think about it. If you’re stressed out, worrying about all the things you have to do each day, it affects the kids. You rush them, you get impatient and they start to feel that stress too. So even if you feel you can’t reduce your stress just for you, realize that when you’re stressed out, it negatively impacts those around you.

With that in mind, let’s get to our stress-busters…

Stress Buster #1: Be Positive and Express Gratitude

“Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow.” ~ Melody Beattie

Sometimes it’s hard to do, but when you start your day in a positive frame of mind and are thankful for the things you do have (and you almost certainly have plenty), it’s much easier to face what the day throws in your face.

Each morning and throughout the day, remind yourself what you are grateful for. Whether it’s your children, your spouse, the roof over your head or the food on your table, you have plenty to be thankful for. Maybe it’s your career, a special friend or a beloved pet. When you remember those little things, you have a much more positive outlook that takes you through the day.

The great thing is, gratitude and appreciation costs you absolutely nothing. In fact, staying positive makes you healthier and probably means you’ll save a ton on Advil and other self-medication. Take a moment each day to remember what you’re grateful for and it makes just about everything else more bearable.

Stress Buster #2: Don’t Compare Yourself to Others

“Be a first rate version of yourself, not a second rate version of someone else.” – Judy Garland

It’s one of the worst things you can do to yourself…comparing yourself to someone else. You see the mom who looks great and does it all, and you think that you should be like that as well. The problem is, we’re not all the same and you have no idea what that woman’s life is really like. All you know is who you are, so be you.

Stress Buster #3: Learn to Say No

We moms are notorious for being people pleasers. If we’re asked to volunteer at school, we do it without question. If a neighbor needs a favor, of course we do it. Added to that, we’re constantly running around for our families and putting our own individual needs last.

It really doesn’t make sense, does it? We teach our children to think for themselves, to do what’s right for them, and yet we don’t do it for ourselves. It’s time we stand up and be a role model, right?


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Stress, anxiety and panic can be an occasional aspect of normal life. Stress in particular is something that most everyone deals with from time to time. Stress can in fact be good for you in small amounts. And there are different types of stress, some easier to manage than others.

Anxiety is a whole different emotion. Like stress, there is a physical response, however, anxiety relates directly to fear. In fact, anxiety is defined as, “A state of uneasiness and apprehension about future uncertainties.”

Anxiety can take control of your life. One worry can snowball into constant worries about everything in your life. You can feel anxiety about:

  • Relationships
  • Money
  • Your Job
  • Family Members
  • Parenting
  • Pets
  • Your future
  • School/Education
  • Performance

And chronic anxiety can turn into or be part of what’s called an anxiety disorder. Anxiety disorders include conditions like PTSD, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and OCD, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. However, they can also include Generalized Anxiety Disorder, which means you’re fearful of everyday situations. Social Anxiety Disorder is also common. That’s when someone is fearful of social situations. They worry they’re going to be laughed at, judged or they’re going to embarrass themselves.

If you’re anxiety builds to the point where it’s controlling your life, it’s time to take action to get your life back. If you have changed your habits or lifestyle to lessen your anxiety, it’s time to get your life back. If you’ve turned to drugs or alcohol to reduce your anxiety, it’s time to get your life back.

This report is designed to help you break free from anxiety – to help you stop being a prisoner to your own fearful thoughts. Over the next 20 or so pages we’ll discuss:

  1. Health Issues Caused by Anxiety and Panic Attacks
  2. Common Causes of Anxiety
  3. Herbal Treatments & Anxiety Remedies
  4. Hands on Treatments for Anxiety
  5. Habits You Can Adopt to Reduce or Eliminate Anxiety

This report is an overview of anxiety related conditions and natural treatments. If you suffer from an anxiety disorder or believe you might suffer from an anxiety disorder, it’s important to see your doctor.

Once diagnosed properly, your physician will refer you to a behavior therapist or psychotherapist who can help you learn to manage stress and anxiety. Depending on your diagnosed condition, and there are five main categories of anxiety disorders, you may also be prescribed medication.

Medication isn’t a long term solution in most cases and instead treats the symptoms until therapy can help you turn things around. Medications for anxiety disorders come with a number of side effects and risk of addiction. They’re not a cure.

However, if you have mild anxiety or are already under the care of a physician and would like to speed up your progress, natural anxiety treatments may be exactly what you’re looking for. This report is for you!

If you are under the care of a physician and/or therapist for your anxiety, check with your doctor before beginning any new program. It is particularly important if you try any herbs or supplements to treat anxiety naturally because they may interfere with medications you’re already on.

Okay, now that we have a basic understanding about what this report covers and who it is designed to help, let’s get started!



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“How to Stop Worrying… and Start Living”
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5 Emails/ Blog Posts:

Topic: Is It Just Worry or an Anxiety Disorder?

Related Articles:

4 Ways to Calm Yourself Down When You’re Feeling Worried – 392 words
A Guide to Talking Therapy for Anxiety – 422 words
How Mindfulness Can Help You Stop Worrying – 408 words
How to Accept Uncertainty in Life – 413 words
What is Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)? – 409 words

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5 Shareable Social Media Tips
15 Social Media Posts (for sharing on Twitter or Facebook)
12 Royalty Free Images


10 Self-Esteem Articles and Tweets

Factors That Influence Your Self-Esteem (659 words)
How to Help a Partner with Low Self-Esteem (565 words)
Dumped? How to Maintain Your Self-Esteem (600 words)
Is Low Self-Esteem a Self-Fulfilling Prophecy? (530 words)
Regaining Self-Esteem after a Setback (570 words)
Ten Tips to Strengthen Your Self-Esteem (575 words)
Surprising Causes of Low Self-Esteem (572 words)
The Balancing Act of Self-Esteem (553 words)
The Link between Low Self-Esteem and Depression (503 words)
Ways That Low Self-Esteem Hurts Your Relationships (574 words)

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Common Treatments for Anxiety (522 words)
Foods & Drinks That May Increase Anxiety (557 words)
Healthy Stress vs. Unhealthy Stress (458 words)
What is a Panic Attack? (468 words)
How to Head Off Stress & Anxiety Before They Happen (546 words)
Recognizing When Children Are Stressed and Helping Them Deal With It (503 words)
Common Treatments for Panic Attacks (423 words)
Types of Stress (487 words)
What is Anxiety? (453 words)
Knowing When Things Are Getting Serious (550 words)

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Budget Friendly Stress-Busting Ideas for Mom PLR Report – 2964 words

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Natural Treatments For Anxiety Stress PLR Report – 6486 words

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