You get a knot in your stomach and you can’t take a full breath, but outwardly you can literally just sit there and look completely normal, as long as no one tries to speak to you.
We’ve encountered a situation that we thought we can’t go through. Our fight or flight mode kicks in but it’s still not enough.
The only thing that is holding you together is the skin that envelopes your body. Anxiety is terrible because it does disturb our inner peace.
Even if it’s only in our mind the body still suffers. It disrupts our ability to think clearly. Our action is based on the immediate feelings of the moment. We tend to narrow our viewpoints and might say or do things that we don’t do normally.
Furthermore, anxiety reminds us that we are not good enough. We start to question our abilities and doubt our skills to perform at our optimum pace.
The thing about anxiety-disorder is you know that it’s stupid. You know with all your heart that it wasn’t a big deal and it should roll off of you.
But that is where the disorder kicks in. Suddenly, the small thing is very big and it keeps growing in your head, flooding your chest.
It tries to escape from under your skin. You know deep inside that it’s ridiculous and you hate every minute of it.
Anxiety is Terrible
Neither one of us can’t escape this temporary emotion. It drags us to a never-ending pit. We struggle from day to day just to live our life.
In addition, anxiety is a silent killer. It eats our life silently. Moreover, no one is an exemption.
It’s sad actually because my anxiety keeps me from enjoying the things as much as I should do in my age.
It prevents me from taking delight with simple things. Even the surprising event doesn’t excite me anymore.
I’m afraid that if I’ll enjoy too much everything will be replaced with sadness. Clearly, my mind is not in my head most of the days.
I’ve been thinking a lot lately. Procrastinating about the future is what I’m good at.
Furthermore, I realized today that I have stop living life. I am literally crying to get to the next day. Just living in the thought of tomorrow I am not living. I am waiting.
And the trouble is, I don’t know what I am exactly waiting for. Undoubtedly, I’m scared about what it might be.
I need to control my anxiety and that’s the first thing that I need to do. Anxiety can change a person in a glimpse.
Know your self-worth. Dig deep and find the confidence within. You are now an adult and you are ready to face anything.
Prove that you are more than what other people think you are. You are a gift from God to this world. Enjoy while it last and don’t waste your time being anxious in the future.
The past is history, the future is a mystery and today is a gift, that is why we called it Present.