When it comes to worrying, you can either worry well, or not so well. When you worry about problems you can’t control, change, or solve, it creates a lot of needless stress. This kind of worry won’t help you. Worrying well, on the other hand, is much more useful. When you pinpoint and focus on the problems you can do something about, you are worrying well. Worrying well also means you trust in your ability to find solutions to problems you can control. And you know how to let go of the ones you can’t.