There was a time in my life when I could honestly say that I was scared of everything. I couldn’t watch a scary movie, roller coasters gave me panic attacks, and even a dark cloud in the sky could give me heart palpitations.
Anxiety can affect all of us; some experiencing it in more extreme forms than others. I could start this post by telling you about all of the mental health statistics and then move onto vague advice from “professionals” who haven’t experienced extreme anxieties themselves, but I’d rather be real with you.
If you’re newer here and aren’t familiar with my personal history with anxiety and agoraphobia, I’ll take a minute to fill you in before I talk about how I’ve been able to overcome many hurdles.
One year ago, I thought my world was falling apart. I spent nearly a week in tears, an entire day in bed, and thought some of the worst thoughts I could ever think.
Hellooo my lovely forest friends! Happy October! I am feeling pretty good lately, and that is because I finally got enough courage to visit the doctor and get some help for this anxiety of mine.