When Worrying Works
Most health professionals will tell you that worrying is a waste of time and bad for our health, which is true most of the time.
During this time of high stress, related to the pandemic, one of our case managers got an emotional and tearful call from a long-time Young & Healthy client. It seems that she and her family are moving to Colorado and she said, “Dile a la güerita tambien, que muchas gracias por su suporte todos estos años. Sin ustedes no sé qué hubiéramos hecho mi familia y yo. Muchas gracias por siempre preocuparse por nosotros.”
Translation: “Tell Whitney too, thank you very much for your support all these years. Without you I don’t know what my family and I would have done. Thank you very much for always worrying about us.”
The staff at Young & Healthy are especially good worriers. Sometimes, some solid “worrying” can make all the difference.