From the time A. introduced this volume — 1936’s How to Worry Successfully by one David Seabury — into our home, I knew it was the book I had been looking for my whole life. I had worrying down, but was always trying to stop. Maybe I was doing it wrong? From the preface:
Again and again people have asked me: “What do you mean by ‘successful’ worry? Isn’t it always harmful?” And the answer is: “No.”
Unfortunately, that’s as far as I’ve gotten.