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suzparv posted:
Hang in there....anxiety can be overcome by taking a/step outside yourself and looking at it. Its ridiculous that you think youre going crazy...mere fact you are capable of this thought in itself proves that! Laugh at your symptoms as ridiculous...because they are a product of over breathing....and mistrust in yourself. Im willing to bet you are in truth a wonderful caring person who others care for a good deal. I have less anxiety writing or keep a journal. Writing about your feelings help cope. It really does! Iyou are many people/wrapped in one peeson. The one filled with anxiety can be loved comforted and relieved by the stronger one. That stronger one is there...that is the part of you that knows anxiety is tiresome scary and hard to explain why its there! Again hang in there! Hope this makes sense in these senseless moments.
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JojoInCali responded:
Thank you for your thoughts. I agree that it is ridiculous and I do think that my feelings are crazy.. the thing is my head tell me one thing and my body tells me another. I did think I was going crazy and i think part of that reason was that I was trying to hide it from my husband (because if I think its ridiculous...) once I told him and he did not laugh at me but in fact walked me through the house to show me how it is secure I felt better. I'm doing better least I think I am. Again, your note help me and thank you.

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