Don’t Worry, Be Thoughtful
We are inclined to worry too much.
The reproductive and survival outcomes of worrying too much are far less dangerous than the outcomes of worrying too little.
Therefore, while our survival instincts are trying to be kind to us in order to mentally calculate or evaluate risk more accurate results come from not overly valuing our fears.
(Because I read: “Why Beautiful People Have More Daughters” 2008 by Alan Miller and Satoshi Kanazawa.)