An Open Letter To The Person Who Is Dealing With An Anxiety Disorder

 
 
 
 
                                                                                
Anxiety disorders
A mental prison is the best way to describe living with an anxiety disorder. It is to be frightened for no reason. To feel like you are about to die at any moment. To get dizzy throughout the day. To check your heartbeat to see if its okay. It is to focus so hard on your breathing to keep your self in check. It is to enjoy those few days out of the week where your anxiety is so minimal you feel like a normal human. I see you and I am you. You are not alone!
You are NOT crazy either (even though sometimes it feels that way). You and I simply have a disorder. We are overly empathetic, We feel everything. We are worriers, we are loving, we are scared and frightened. In fact we are probably some of the best, most loving people in the world! We can feel not only our pain and worries, but those of the people and world around us. That makes us Unique in the most beautiful and complicated way. Most days it feels like a curse, but is it? Could it be that we are actually so intuitive that we are in a category all on our own? Maybe...
All I know is that we must try with all our might to find the beauty in things. We cannot allow ourselves to stay 'stuck' in our heads. You must fight for your happiness and mental well being! When you are feeling anxious, get busy." MOVE A MUSCLE, CHANGE A THOUGHT."  Remember, you are not a disorder, you just have one. Love yourself so much it becomes second nature. Not everyone will understand, but there are a lot of people who do. I am here with you and you are with me.



                                                                     Signed with Love,
                                                   From one anxious person to another!






An Open Letter To The Person Who Is Dealing With An Anxiety Disorder

                                                                                 A mental prison is the best way to describe living wi...