[ ɡɛt wˈɜːst ɒv ɪt], [ ɡɛt wˈɜːst ɒv ɪt], [ ɡ_ɛ_t w_ˈɜː_s_t ɒ_v ɪ_t]
How to use "Get worst of it" in context?
Lately, I've had a lot of conversations with people who feel that they're at their "worst." I've found that in most cases, people are just at the beginning of the worst phase of their lives. There's no need to be at the "worst" yet. There's plenty of time to get there. So, how do you avoid getting to the "worst?" The first step is recognizing that you're in a bad place. Once you recognize it, you can start to make some changes. The next step is to stay positive. If you can stay positive, you'll be in a better place.
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