We humans tend to worry. Of course, some of us worry more than others and those with depression or anxiety disorders are most subject to this human scourge.
We worry about our finances, our health, the welfare of our children, the risks of travel and many other issues; the list could go on for pages and the prospect of a Trump Presidency only augments our concerns. Our large brains constantly sift through past experiences and tragedies or mishaps often rise to the surface; these may be personal in nature, arise from witnessed events or merely reflect upsetting news that bombards our life 24/7 (aggravated, of course, by social media and cable news networks).
How to minimize our tendency to worry? There seems to be no easy answer. Attempting to reason with ourselves is often futile. Perhaps our best approach is to live in the present and to accept the fact that we have limited control over events in our lives. To borrow a phrase from several popular songs, it's best to just "Carry On."