W for Worry!!

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26 Responses

  1. nibhz says:

    so true the quote is but still we can't help worrying syndrome!

  2. Ankur Anand says:

    feels so true 🙂 ..you can't help it ..!

  3. Shesha Chaturvedi says:

    I agree with you word by word. Worries have never helped anyone in anything. There is no constructive worries, they are always destructive…

  4. SG says:

    As someone said “worry is like a rocking char—it gives you something to do but it doesn’t get you anywhere”.

  5. Usha Menon says:

    We cannot help worrying, even though we know that worrying will not bring any positive result.

  6. Midnight scribbles says:

    Aww what a sweet thought by the husband 🙂

  7. KParthasarathi says:

    A change of scene and the mood does wonders!

  8. Red Handed says:

    and a good husband he is!

  9. Liz A. says:

    Great quote.

    Liz A. from Laws of Gravity

  10. Shilpa Garg says:

    Hope she comes back relaxed.Worry, truly kills you from inside!

  11. cifar shayar says:

    A strong quote supporting a simple story and as they say in Hindi 'Chinta Chita Saman' ( Worrying is like on a death bed)

    World Temple

  12. Rajlakshmi says:

    hope it does bring a positive change.

  13. Preethi Venugopal says:

    Nice and Loved the quote.

  14. Prasanna Rao says:

    Worrying never did anyone good. But we can never stop worrying. It;s human tendency 😉

  15. Srilakshmi Indrasenan says:

    Very nice one Athos!

    ~S(t)ri Writes

  16. the little princess says:

    this kind of took me back to the miscarriage i suffered…i know the pain, it was supposed to be my first…..and its something i never got over 🙁
    but yea..worrying never helps,

  17. Jyotsna Bhatia says:

    Good one Swathi.. change of place sometimes helps !!

  18. Kathy Combs says:

    Losing a much anticipated baby is hard. Devastating. I didn't actually miscarry. My baby died inside me when I was almost 6 months along. I had surgery to have it removed. After that, I had 2 beautiful children. I have never forgotten my first though and probably never will.

  19. Michelle Stanley says:

    A very good story for the letter W, and one that many cansympathise with, even if they have never experience this kind of hurt before. http://www.writer-way.blogspot.com

  20. Sushree Dash says:

    A vacation can do wonders for both of them ….i liked the hope you have added up here …good one 🙂

  21. Sunday Visitor says:

    Wonderful Swathi! Worry is like a rocking chair, it will keep you tensed and anxious but get you nowhere,

  22. Sreeja Praveen says:

    Worry is the interest paid on trouble before it falls due ! A beautiful story, Swathi 🙂

  23. sulekkha says:

    Lovely story, a change of scenery helps in dealing with grief and loss. The husband did good 🙂

  24. PhenoMenon says:

    Change of scenery was a good way to go abt..


  25. sachin prabhu says:

    Lovely 🙂

  26. vishalbheeroo says:

    Sometimes what is needed is a lil bit of understanding though nothing can compensate the loss for someone carrying the baby in the womb. She should be given her space and a gently hug, not expressing anything but a heart to listen and understand. Very well written with the right emotions.

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