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I don't know how well this topic will go on here as I realize there are many who aren't able to laugh at their illness (for good reasons). I am of the mind that sometimes you just have to laugh at yourself. I'm always either witnessing or usually being a part of awkward situations. Today I just had to laugh at something that happened. I... by theoutsider
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This is is the first time I have seriously considered self medicating as i will soon be restarting college in September (had to drop out due to severe anxiety) and I really want it to work out this time. My biggest problem is that during the beginning months I find it really hard to cope with all the stress and anxiety, then my failure to cope... by StrangeStranger
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I feel somehow like I cheated the system because of how successful I have been at my job despite my problems. I deliver papers in the very early mornings and have managed to make lemonade out of lemons as I do routes no one wanted to do and get paid extra for doing it. My job is not the kind of job that is normally linked to being successful. I... by dxp
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Pride and ego make us think we are something important. They make us puff up our chests and think to ourselves that we deserve respect, praise, admiration, and whatever else leads to feelings of self-satisfaction. And when our pride and egos are challenged, when we feel slighted and are hurt by others or feel we don't measure up, the result for... by Miserum
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"They are always the scary ones who commit crimes." How does this common statement make you guys feel? by MollyBeGood
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I've always found driving to be very therapeutic. Preferably, long drives thru scenic areas if possible. I'm lucky in this regard as I live on an island and there are many beautiful drives to be taken. But even short drives to the store or for errands seem to help. The only time this doesn't work is when I have an altercation of sorts with... by theoutsider
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So what do you guys do when you want to escape and get away form everyone else. Because you are tried of everyone condemning and blaming everyone else and you feel like all your strength has been zap. How do you pick your self up and get your energy back . What do you do when you feel like you have to rebuild yourself esteem all over again ? what... by Bo592
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I am 35 years old, and i feel like such a failure. I am the only guy that has not had a girlfriend, never dated, I have anxiety so disabling i can't work or meet new people. I really want to die because i can't talk about it with anyone, because i don't want to bother then with my problems. I am so tired of living, that i have given up. I am... by lifesnotfair
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My anxiety has cut so much 'normal living experience' out of my life that - in my mind - I feel at least 15 years younger than I actually am. I am wondering does someone feeling much younger than they actually are, depend on the severity of their anxiety? Does someone who has 'mild' anxiety and can still hold down a job/has a few friends... by BlueDays
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by simplicity Go to last post
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So i'm from a small town (5,000- I like to think it's like twin peaks.... it's not) and it's cramped alright, but i'm also deeply rooted in my comfort zone here. I'm moving to uni soon, in less than a year, and will be 5 hours away with no family, friends or familiar faces. A part of me, the brave part that I like to think is the real me, not... by slightlylonely
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by Miserum Go to last post
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So awkward.:omg: I have a lot of gifts to buy around May and June. There's Mother's Day, then my brother's birthday, my Mom's birthday and Father's Day. Then it's my birthday. Everything is clustered together within a span of a few weeks. So my dad suggested me and my brother pitch in for a pretty expensive gift (like, $1000ish) for my Mom's... by awkwardamanda
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That's exactly what I told my gudance counseler. I don't enjoy life at all. She told me I have an Anxiety disorder. All I ever do is worry about anything there is to, school, college, jobs..ect. I also know I have Social Anxiety disorder because I get so uncomfortable in public situations. I have panic attacks just walking down the hallway. I... by Shy_Gurl2007
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Okay, to begin, let me start off with a tiny intro. I have an extreme fear of socializing, and because of this, I haven't been able to meet people. Im 25 years old, I stay to myself and just live. Now to get down to brass tacks. Lately, ive been overwhelmed with wanderlust. I thought about just planning a trip and going away. This will be a... by Jimii
1 Week Ago
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Hi there. My name is Sing and I am currently a MSc student at Regent’s University London. I am interested in understanding more about the levels of social anxiety in people with disordered eating as it's something I have struggled with myself. This is to hopefully gain additional knowledge in the behaviours and feelings of people with eating... by sing
2 Weeks Ago
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Sorry if I sound silly writing this. So, I've started CCBT with a help from a helper, for social anxiety, generalised anxiety and health anxiety, I've also been invited to join a local community wellbeing group. She said it can help with my social anxiety, it's for people with anxiety and depression, and self esteem issues. They do things... by milo2020
2 Weeks Ago
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I have a part time job at the moment. It pays pretty well. And most of the time, there isn't much social contact. It's comfortable - almost too comfortable, but there are other more exciting things I would like to do more. The problem I have at the moment is that I'm in my mid-late 30s, and these other career paths either have low (or non... by Glenrowan
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If you were to somehow immediately made prime minister, or president, or otherwise named, who/what would you be? In my childhood, when i was meek and mild, i would be sby like Winston Churchill or Abraham Lincoln. Nowadays, i'd more likely to be a harsh & somewhat cruel dictator, perhaps sby along the lines of Kim Jong Un. As i am a bit of a... by theslowesthand
3 Weeks Ago
by FountainandFairfax Go to last post
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Just found this video and had to share. This is exactly how I feel in most social situations, except Mia is me and Sebastian is solitude. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuEPCRYtrYU by worrywort
4 Weeks Ago
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I was a very insecure person, during my college years I used to feel moody at times, the torment from others and anxiety got to me, I had a vision that everyone from school and town thought I was a weirdo. I'm getting intrusive thoughts of how I used to snub some people or act like I don't know them, out of shame, not that I was higher than... by milo2020
05-17-2017
by Miserum Go to last post
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I was lying in bed last night trying to get to sleep when, as usual, my brain triggered me into remembering a no longer relevant humiliating and self-deprecating event. Of course, I started to cringe and smack my forehead about this event that must have happened 10 or more years ago, trying to evade the memory and think of something else: "You... by Miserum
05-14-2017
by Kiwong Go to last post
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