yes! Please give that instant cure for Anxiety…. I do not choose to have it….

So many times friends or family will try and give advice on anxiety that they do not have and it always turns sour. They mean well I KNOW that. But Anxiety is not something I chose to have. NO ONE would. Your battle is almost constantly a war with your mind. You are given a reprieve occasionally with medication where you do have fear of another attack. I do try it all. Yoga, meditation, prayer, studies, you tube, you name it. But as of now, I have NOT conquered it. I am trying. I wish there were a cure all. I wish you didn’t have to try and understand me. I don’t even understand me. I do not wish this on myself or anyone else. I also just wish so many people did not think that you can just wish it away. I wish I could. My Anxiety thought for the day. Have a great day/night fellow bloggers!

Author: artista10

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19 thoughts on “yes! Please give that instant cure for Anxiety…. I do not choose to have it….”

  1. I’m not sure how long you have been dealing with anxiety but I think you would give yourself less anxiety if you stop trying to stop it. Instead try to understand why you are having it. I have it, I have for many years. My son had it. I think it manifests itself differently in each person but I have found that if I stop and just let myself figure out what is making me so anxious and why I can try to calm myself that way. Just an idea! Good luck.

    1. thank you! I will try any suggestions. I appreciate that and yes, I will try it. Mine came about 5 years ago. never had it before so I have had so many issues about it. Thank you again!

      1. I have had it for a long time from mild to full blown panic attacks where I didn’t know what to do. People will say “calm down and take a deep breath”. Yeah, not so easy. I have found that letting myself think about why I am having anxiety helps me to see whether it is necessary or not. If it is then I deal with it, if not then I can calm myself down. Who knows really, everyone is different. My late son had such bad anxiety that he would drive all the way to school then not be able to get out of the car. It is awful and I don’t think anyone that feels this way should feel alone.

      2. Thank you soooo much. I needed to hear that. It is a loneliness that can be overwhelming. So hard for people to understand and so hard to explain. I am sorry about your son. I lost a baby boy at two days and a daughter at 23. Thank you for letting me know how you are doing it. I tried thinking it out last night. 50/50 worked but a start! πŸ™‚ 😦

    1. yes. I do take clonazepam but I have stayed on the same dose the five years I have been on it to avoid taking stronger doses so I try to interact that with different things. Thank you so much for reading and yes it can be! πŸ™‚ 😦

      1. Yes. I do Meditation, Yoga and many ranges of techniques. A Therapist said mine was built about built up past trauma. I get Panic attacks (more severe for me) and then anxiety attacks, still hard. Thank you for caring to send advice. I am so sorry for your daughter’s Panic attacks. My heart goes out to her. They are horrific.

      2. And mine to you. I wish I could do more, but… I think you will find a way. Or a combination of ways. I also suggest you read the litany against fear of the “Bene-Gesserit” in Dune by Frank Herbert. Here it is:

        “I must not fear.
        Fear is the mind-killer.
        Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration.
        I will face my fear.
        I will permit it to pass over me and through me.
        And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path.
        Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain.”
        πŸ™πŸ»

      3. Good. Now if you like books, Dune is a great series of books by Frank Herbert. An entire world created by the author. It is Sci-Fi, but it goes beyond that.

  2. I too have tried everything to deal with my problems, but the perspective shift that seemed to have helped a lot is acceptance, and I don’t mean it in a woo-woo way, but realising that yes, I’m depressed, or anxious, so what am I going to do about it now?

    It’s helped me prioritise action over dwelling on things, despite what I’m feeling.

    Wishing the best for you!

    1. Thank you! I am getting better with the over thinking it again and again. I have tried the what good is it going to do to dwell on it? I have other things I d to help but some days, it all just fails. I just do not understand sometimes. Thank you so much for the advice!

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