Things anxiety has kept me from

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adriscoll
April 27, 2015 - 10:48 am
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adriscoll
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I noticed for a while I've had anxiety, but it didn't hit me the most until my senior year of high school. My anxiety resulted in me missing quite a handful of days that year. After graduating, my anxiety is still bad. Things it's kept me from is college, driving, getting a job and hanging out with friends.
I tried taking a college class, but getting to the door was just hard, and I had to leave. When I get anxious, I get stomach aches and I feel like crying. It's prevented me from a lot.
For anyone who may have similar problems, how have you dealt with them?


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adriscoll
adriscoll
April 27, 2015 - 10:48 am
I noticed for a while I've had anxiety, but it didn't hit me the most until my senior year of high school. My anxiety resulted in me missing quite a handful of days that year. After graduating, my anxiety is still bad. Things it's kept me from is college, driving, getting a job and hanging out with friends.
I tried taking a college class, but getting to the door was just hard, and I had to leave. When I get anxious, I get stomach aches and I feel like crying. It's prevented me from a lot.
For anyone who may have similar problems, how have you dealt with them?


tbird20tv
April 28, 2015 - 10:53 am
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Let me first say, I feel for you. I hate anxiety. For me, getting through anxiety is exercise and taking baby steps. My anxiety is triggered by OCD. My obsessive thoughts can pretty much derail. I know I have to just step through it, like the Nike commercial: Just Do It. You have to find your comfort level. Don't push to hard because it will set you back. Go at your own pace.


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tbird20tv
April 28, 2015 - 10:53 am
Let me first say, I feel for you. I hate anxiety. For me, getting through anxiety is exercise and taking baby steps. My anxiety is triggered by OCD. My obsessive thoughts can pretty much derail. I know I have to just step through it, like the Nike commercial: Just Do It. You have to find your comfort level. Don't push to hard because it will set you back. Go at your own pace.


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