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What is toxic worrying?

Elizabeth Lombardo, PhD
Physical Therapy
Toxic worrying is worry that can't be controlled, which can have an adverse impact on multiple aspects of your life. In this video, clinical psychologist Elizabeth Lombardo, PhD, defines the concept of toxic worrying, and why it can be harmful.

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