A lot of us find ourselves worrying about things, and if we’re not worrying about something, then we worry about the fact that we’re not worrying about something! Does this sound familiar? You are are not alone! Jon Kabat-Zinn says that “As long as you are breathing, there is more right with you than wrong with you”. Perhaps take a moment now, to stop whatever it is you are doing and guide your focus onto your breath, taking three breaths in and out. Allow yourself to gently notice the breath as it enters the body through the nasal passages, follow the breath as it travels down through the body to the abdominal or ‘belly’, and follow the breath back up through the body and out through the nasal passages. Perhaps than ask yourself, “What’s wrong with this moment?”. “As long as you are breathing, there is more right with you than wrong with you”.