Anxiety

I told everyone the story of my anxiety and I honestly feel terrible. All I could do when I got home was break down. I really needed to talk to somebody but I just couldn’t find a way to start a conversation. Anxiety is not a topic you can just bring up. It’s personal and unusual. If I can hardly ask for a napkin at a restaurant, how can I ask for financial aid? I’m seriously going to crumble in my adult life. If i can’t even answer a question without stuttering, how am I going to go through multiple interviews in my life? If I can hardly submit a job application, how will I live? I just want everyone to forget about me. Literally everyone. Friends, family, love ones. I just want to leave and be alone. What am I going to do? Nothing. Since I’m so afraid of everything. I’m mentally and physically Ill, but no one can know. It’ll be the death of me. I would prefer that actually.

2 thoughts on “Anxiety”

  1. Dear Anika, you will not always be so shy and anxiety filled. As you mature you will gain confidence. Please see a doctor for some medicine. I am on an anti-anxiety med and couldn’t function without it. People love you. Take good care of yourself! Blessings to you!

  2. My advice is that you should not feel low or feel with full of anxiety as our life itself is uncertain, always try to live in present moment, forget past nor to think about future. If you try to live in present moment then you will surely enjoy the beauty of being born in this world. Try to be optimist and always think that our life itself is impermanent so there is no reason behind sticking to other things as if thinking that its permanent.

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