Worry affects all of us from one time to another. Our brains are designed to consider the need to fight, freeze, or flight (run away). That is a natural response to a traumatic situation. That is not what the Bible refers to when it talks about worry. The kind of worry the Bible speaks to, and I am speaking on at Cedar Creek church is the more pervasive and chronic type. Worry affects different people in different manners.
I give voice in my talk to the casual worriers, obsessive worriers, and the worriers that would do well to consider medicine. There is no one right and perfect answer to stopping; the key is to manage it more effectively for the purpose of seeking peace. A straight-up Biblical look with a psychological appreciation.
Consider how you manage worry or anxiety now, and decide if you want that cycle to continue – or – make new plans as you attempt to seek peace. Hope is available but not in doing the same thing over and over.