Thought/Result connection

Dear Brooke,
Can you please help me understand what you mean by the Thought always proves the result. I’ve asked a similar question before, and have had a tutor call about it.. it’s getting clearer but will keep working on it till I fully understand.

Here is a model:
C: I moved my husband’s piles in the office
T: He’s going to be furious
F: Super anxious (feels deep rooted: don’t anger a man you love or he might leave…)
A: Worry about actions (should I have not done etc etc)
R: Stuck in worry (no action in the office!!)
How does the T prove the result??? I get my feeling of anxiety is related to my results… is that it??

Thank you!!