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Living with anxiety is like being followed by a voice. It knows all your insecurities and uses them against you.
People with anxiety are sensitive and old souls. They have so much heart. And they are going to pour all of their energy into this relationship.
She’s strong, because she shows up, even when she’s shaking. She speaks, even when it’s with a cracked voice. She keeps breathing, even when those breaths are shaky.
My happiness is trying to catch me but my anxiety is running too fast.
Anxiety makes me feel like I have to apologize for everything. Apologize for thinking too much. Apologize for talking too much. Apologize for texting too much.
I'm totally an anxious mess all the time. There's a constant dialogue going on in my brain, and it's just reminding me of all the failures that I have had, and all of the things I need to do, and all of the things I'm not doing good enough.
You feel fine. If the way ‘fine’ feels is kind of bleak and dead inside, with an undercurrent of inexplicable anxiety.
My anxiety makes me feel like a shitty girlfriend — even though my boyfriend keeps reminding me that it’s not the case. That he’s lucky to have me. That he wants to be with me forever, whether I’m suffering from anxiety or not.
I get anxious about everything. I just can't stop thinking about things all the time. And here's the really destructive part -- it's always retrospective. I waste time thinking of what I should have said or done.
At its worst, anxiety can feel like death. At its best, anxiety feels like a cramping stomach.
Don't forget love isn't supposed to cause you anxiety or stress!
Find someone who will never make you ask for help or support or just a hand to hold because they are there, always. Because they understand. Because they love you.
It takes us awhile to open up to the person we are falling for. Why? Because our anxiety gives us reasons to feel paranoid even if there’s no reason to be.
There is hope and when I feel like there isn't hope, my brain is lying to me.
If I didn’t have anxiety, I wouldn’t be as strong as I am right now. I wouldn’t be as resilient and as brave. And I guess you could say, I wouldn’t even be me.
I am anxious about what to wear, what to eat, what to say, how to breathe.
That's the thing about anxiety: It's a real time suck.
You want to be there for me but an anxiety attack is a solitary activity.
A panic attack is interesting the way a broken leg or a kidney stone is interesting—a pain that you want to end.