We all get that fluttery feeling in our stomachs - it might be confirmation that last night's turkey twizzlers did actually need a further ten minutes in the oven or it might mean you're suffering with a bad case of worry. So how do you stop that seasick sensation? First, always ensure your food is piping hot. Second, get a grip on your anxiety. Scribble down your problem on a pad. What exactly are you worrying about? Be specific. Then put your brain in gear. Write down alternative solutions to your problem. Weigh each solution up - ask yourself 'What've I got to lose?' and 'What've I got to gain?' Face up to your fear. Now you have it on paper, face each possible outcome and prepare yourself what it would mean if the worst did happen. Commit yourself to improving the situation. Is there something you could do, practically, that would help ensure the best possible outcome? Most importantly give it over to God. Pray for wisdom. Bend your ear to what He's saying through the Word. After all, He is 'the...controller of all things'. Shape your problems into praises and watch your problem perspective-shift. 'If you don't know what you're doing, pray to your Father. He loves to help. You'll get His help, and won't be condescended to when you ask for it. Ask boldly, believing without a second thought'(James 1:5-6 TM).