What Anxiety Looks Like
There are people rooting for you in this race whether you’re “winning,” “losing,” or just trying to make it through.
I will keep gratitude journals, I will surround myself with inspirational quotes, I’ll decorate my body with meaningful tattoos... I will do whatever it takes to find joy.
While we can’t predict or guarantee any outcomes, we need you to know something...
If you go to the Merriam-Webster website and search “silver linings,” you’ll find this definition: a consoling or hopeful prospect.
I lived on a hamster wheel, in constant fear that I would lose everything I had earned if I dared to stop and take a break.
I didn’t understand why he fell silent when I cried or the blank look that overtook his face when I had a breakdown. I didn’t understand his resistance to things like therapy and psychiatry.
It is a scary, anxiety-riddled time we’re living in.
Facing your fear means realizing the truth behind it.
My mind is racing, constantly trying to regroup, because I like to color inside the lines, but the lines are all gone.
I accept that right now agoraphobia is part of my present, but one day, it will be part of my past.
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