If I don’t see something wrong, I look for something wrong, and if I don’t find anything, I assume that something’s wrong. If I have no reason to be worried, I find a reason to worry. If I don’t find a reason to worry, I make a reason to worry.
Something obviously went wrong, as I originally took on the mentality of hunting down problems, anticipating them and attempting to crush them as they surfaced just so that I could have no reason to worry, and life could continue at a comfortable rate. Like fighting fire with fire, I fought worry with worry.