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Because that's the truth - no matter what happens, YOU WILL BE OKAY. Remind yourself that there are things you can and can't control, and that you are not the only one with these fears. Published and unpublished writers have them. They don't go away, even after a book or two or fifty are published. So you are not alone. Remember that, and breathe.
On those icky emo days, take a moment to think before hitting the '"share" or "tweet" button. Ask yourself, "Is this comment really going to benefit anyone?" There are some things worth being negative about - things that one feels passionate about and wants to share an opinion on. There are other issues, though, that are less helpful to the public. Those posts, the ones that don't benefit anyone, don't benefit you, either, because they just make your followers or friends feel uncomfortable or sad. Consider how you will be making others feel before clicking that button.
Debbie Downer - the Ultimate Emo