Honestly, Anxiety is pretty hard to understand at times. Especially when you’re the one who has it. It’s taken me a long time to really understand my own anxiety, what triggers it, and why those triggers do what they do to me. I’m never going to be able to explain it to everyone, because everyone’s… Continue reading Anxiety In A Nutshell
Pft, I totally didn’t forget I made a blog. (Don’t judge me-) So I started my Sophmore year, and so far it’s actually been okay. My anxiety has sorta toned down, and things are going okay. Well, other than the fact that my friend attempted suicide and had to go to the hospital and stay… Continue reading High school!
I don’t remember what number this is. aNYWAY I had my first appointment with my new therapist today. Her name is Monica, and she’s really nice and all, but she keeps giving me gifts. She gave me a bunch of mechanical pencils last time I was there to see if she was “the right one”… Continue reading Post number something
Anxiety is hard to explain. It’s hard to put into words, and to truly know what it is, you must first experience it. But I’m going to try. Anxiety is my blood pumping so fast and so hard that I can hear it. It’s my heart beat not sounding like a rhythm, but instead like… Continue reading Anxiety in words
Today has been a slow, boring day. I’m lactose intolerant, and yet I still ate multiple milk-based popsicles for breakfast anyway. Then I spent an hour in the bathroom hating myself, which is nice. I actually woke up at a semi-reasonable time this morning. At least it was reasonable for a fifteen year old in… Continue reading Post Number Four: Anxiety Origins and Autism Awareness
I woke up at noon and I haven’t shaved in four days, but at least I’m not dead. I should probably get my life together. Clean my room, and actually eat some real food. Oh, and I should also probably go outside. I need more vitamin D. However, yesterday I willingly went to the store,… Continue reading Dating a Girl With Social Anxiety and Depression
Surprisingly enough, I actually got positive feedback on the last post, so I guess I’ll continue. I thought more about how my anxiety works, and how I deal with it. Usually when I go through an anxiety-filled situation, I reward myself with mass amounts of alone time. I eat ice cream, and I watch movies… Continue reading Post Number Two