Category Archives: Anxiety Journal

The Importance of a Low Key Day

This is something that I didn’t realize I had to talk about because I thought more people would understand it.  It isn’t even that hard to get.  After an anxiety attack, a person will feel tired, worn, and vulnerable to … Continue reading

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The Physical Symptoms of Anxiety

(Small addition: I’m going to start seeing a one-on-one therapist. Prior to this, it was more than a group thing. So, we’ll see if things change for this journal.) I’ve touched on this in other posts, but I figure I … Continue reading

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Listening vs Hearing: There Is a Difference

Three weeks ago, I wrote a post that had some advice for helping those who have anxiety and possibly many other mental health issues.  It was THIS ONE!  In the comments, I began have some brief chats about the concept … Continue reading

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Questioning My Sanity in the Midst of an Attack

This was a fairly recent addition to the anxiety attacks and stemmed from the Big One.  In the throes of my attack, a strange thought wormed through the chaos.  Not sure why I gripped it, but it scared me enough … Continue reading

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Fear of Death: The Thoughts That Keep Me Up At Night

This one might get a little weird and metaphysical/philosophical/whatever.  Not sure what to call it or if my explanation will do it justice.  Pretty sure the comments are going to be fairly interesting on this one and next week’s similar … Continue reading

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An Anxious Friend in Need: What To Do?

I’m pushing this one ahead and hoping it doesn’t stir any trouble.  I’m not trying to call anyone out or make anyone feel bad.  Kind of hard to do when the topic will result in me pointing out mistakes that … Continue reading

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When Anxiety and the Pillow Strike As One

I’ve mentioned a few times that my anxiety attacks hit predominantly at night.  I may get a few small ones throughout the day if I’m pressured or startled, but those are becoming easier to handle and rarer.  That’s because I … Continue reading

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