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It’s actually an important question, at least as posed and answered by Lucas LaFreniere and Michelle Newman in their forthcoming Behavior Therapy article, “Exposing worry’s deceit: Percentage of untrue worries in generalized anxiety disorder treatment.”
Psychology Today called it an “essential read,” and it explores the very low percentage of worry that actually comes true and the improvement in treatment when the discrepancy between worry and reality are highlighted.
To read the blog discussing the article, see