Fear, worry, panic and the like are the emotions that motivate us toward external seeking and problem solving.
They are all based in the very real sense of not knowing what comes next. And, particularly, if we will be OK.
Most of the time we react when fear strikes. We look for quick fixes through a number of mediums. People, substances, various forms of content, to name a few.
While these fixes might be needed in the short-term to steady ourselves, it is just a matter of time — like a rainstorm — before fear strikes again, sending us into a tailspin.
Fear is not solved through external seeking and problem solving. (It is in the sense that you must externally seek first to realize externally seeking does not give the final solution.)
Fear is finally solved through becoming OK with not knowing what comes next, i.e., becoming OK now.
We become OK now when we realize there is nothing else but this, or nothing else except what is happening right now.
Because there is nothing else but this, we can conclude that nothing needs to change because nothing can change.
Because nothing can change, we know and have every reason to believe, everything is already OK—and always will be.
No matter what.