Health & Wellness
I’m constantly flooded with my anxiety screaming at me that it’s not worth it. And that I should give up on finding love. To just stop, because I’m broken.
How do we learn to trust and to learn and to love other people when the people that promised us forever went away?
We fret over the smallest of things. We overthink until we feel like our heads will explode. We think and think and think. It never turns off. It never disappears. It never slows or quiets down. It never stops, no matter how happy we are and no matter how in love we are with our lives or other people.
If you were still alive, would I take more risks? Would I love without restriction, because I didn’t know the pain of being abandoned?
You may be labeled all kinds of things – mentally ill, addicted, depressed, anxious, lazy, a failure. You may be stigmatized.
An estimated 40 million American adults suffer from some form of anxiety disorder—even more than those who suffer from depression.
Diets promise short-term solutions: “try our 10-day quick-fix, magic elixir, ultra-secret, fat-scorching solution!” Well, that’s great, but what happens after 10 days?
It’s a time to take care of yourself and be gentle with yourself.