Anxiety–Destroyer of Lives, Part 3: Things People Say That I Wish They Didn’t Say

For the last two weeks, I've been writing about my experiences with Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD), Panic Disorder, and panic attacks. On week 1, I shared with you a brief outline of the progression of these disorders over the course of my life, and last week, I wrote about the things I think people need … Continue reading Anxiety–Destroyer of Lives, Part 3: Things People Say That I Wish They Didn’t Say

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Anxiety–Destroyer of Lives, Part 2: The Things You Need to Know About GAD & Panic Attacks

Last week, I posted Anxiety--Destroyer of Lives, Part 1: My Long & Complicated Relationship With Panic. In it, I gave a brief description of how and when I began experiencing the crippling effects of Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Panic Attacks. If you have not yet read part 1, reading it before you read this post … Continue reading Anxiety–Destroyer of Lives, Part 2: The Things You Need to Know About GAD & Panic Attacks

Damn You, Eleanor Roosevelt: The Torment of Living With Anxiety Disorder

There are volumes upon volumes of books and reams upon reams of reports about the symptoms and causes of Anxiety Disorder. I'm not a physician, psychiatrist, or medical researcher, so there's nothing I can add to them. I've written before about my own symptoms and about what happens when the debilitating panic sets in, and … Continue reading Damn You, Eleanor Roosevelt: The Torment of Living With Anxiety Disorder

Getting All Third-Persony About It

Sorry for the delay in posts the last week or so. I've been a little busy trying to start my life all over again, 'n' stuff. (A quick note to new readers: anytime you see words underlined or in a different color, you can click on them to read something related to the current post. Okay, … Continue reading Getting All Third-Persony About It

Beaten! (A truth bomb…)

It's one of those nights, you know? One of those nights when sleep is just not going to come. I've had a lot of those nights lately. Too many to count. More than enough. This year has been................tough. As last year's school year came to a close I was so encouraged and so excited. I … Continue reading Beaten! (A truth bomb…)

Where’s the Off Switch For My Brain? (Pic of the Day – May 18)

I can certainly relate to this! If overthinking is an art then I'm Pablo Picasso. Not only do I overthink, but every thought is messy and disjointed and mutated and. . .ugly! Where's the off switch for my brain? People like me who suffer from anxiety and depression often find themselves overthinking--creating problems where none … Continue reading Where’s the Off Switch For My Brain? (Pic of the Day – May 18)