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Are you a worrywort? Make some experiments and get a free book!

I'm playing with different ways to get people excited about personal experimenting, and I found this book on my shelf: The Worrywart's Companion: Twenty-One Ways to Soothe Yourself and Worry Smart. I talked about it in my post Handling worries: keep a list, schedule them, and have a worry place, and I'm asking for a volunteer to help others by creating some group experiments for the ideas in the book. Experiments are pretty easy to create, and I want to have a batch of onging ones for people to get started in Edison with. For example, people might try this for two weeks:

  • keep a worry list,
  • schedule worry time, and
  • have a worry place

We can get creative on what to measure (what would you suggest?) Anyone up for it?

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