Are Worriers More Creative? The Benefits of Neurotic Unhappiness.

Beth E Lee MBA MSc
Creative Enlightenment
6 min readAug 6, 2021

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Everyone knows someone who is a worrier. You, yourself, may be a worrier. Perhaps you have a high degree of neuroticism.

[Neuroticism here means having “ a tendency toward anxiety, depression, self-doubt, self-doubt, and other negative feelings.” — Psychology Today.]

Or you may be like me, someone who begins to worry when the stories in my head become intense or overwhelming. I spend a lot of time challenging my stories and have made friends with the worrier voice in my mind.

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Beth E Lee MBA MSc
Creative Enlightenment

Psych skills and discussions to develop an intentional mind.