Living with Anxiety

Ahh, anxiety, my old, not so good friend.

The only thing good I can say about you is that you’ve always been there for me.

 

Hey, guys!

Today I’m going to briefly talk about my experience withΒ anxiety.

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Being the person that I am and thinking the way that I do makes it hard to do simple tasks sometimes. It’s like the fear takes over, and I just feel myself getting hot, and sweating, and just UGH!Β Did I mention this is just from sitting in class waiting to say “here” when attendance is being taken? eye roll I wish I didn’t have this problem.

Don’t even get me started on panic attacks… (But if you do want to know about them, leave me a comment, and I’ll go more in depth.)

 

What is it like to live without anxiety?

 

I often ponder over this question–what life is like without anxiety… To just be able to do things without having to overthink them first, or without being super nervous or scared. Is that even possible? HOW??? Why can’t I be part of this lucky crowd? 😭😭😭

 

Sometimes it feels like it is taking over my life. πŸ™ƒ

 

But one thing I have realized… Even though I have this issue, I still have to push through. I cannot just sit here and let this disease of a thing take over and not allow me the opportunity to enjoy MY life. Life is too short to waste it living in this state of worry and uneasiness.

You have to understand that this may be something you never overcome, or it could take a great deal of medication or time to figure out how to “fix it”… BUTΒ this is not the end of your life. You still have so much to offer the world. 😎

 

YOU ARE NOT ALONE!!!

 

There are so many other people going through the same things. Never think that you are the only one.

There is so much more I could say on this matter, but I’ll save it for another post.

 

Thanks for reading, guys! πŸ’•

 

What kind of things give you anxiety? How do you cope with these emotions? Please, leave me a comment!

 

 

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