Pandemic Level Anxiety and How to Cope

Photo of germs with the words "Coronavirus Anxiety" I would pretty much say that I picked a great time to stop taking Clonopin! No, seriously though, I can say with all certainty that I could have chosen a time, any time, and there would be something that would invoke my anxiety. One cannot say though… Continue reading Pandemic Level Anxiety and How to Cope

Anxiety…Just the word makes me anxious

  Yup, that description is pretty much me. Every day, pretty much for as long as I can remember. Years ago, when I was first diagnosed with a panic disorder, PTSD and all the other things that have come to pass, at first, well, just the diagnosis made me super anxious. It took me quite… Continue reading Anxiety…Just the word makes me anxious

On Any Given Day

A goal of mine is to introduce diversity and variety into my life on a daily basis. Right now, I'm kind of down and out with a moderate back injury (I really should post about the top ten reasons to never use a trampoline after age 40) but I'm still trying. The many titles I… Continue reading On Any Given Day

The Constant Assault of Anxiety

I have probably had anxiety for a lot longer than when I was first officially diagnosed with it. People who have anxiety have been labeled by friends and loved ones for all time, albeit not always with kind intentions. I remember being told I was disorganized, scatterbrained, a chatty cathy, overanalyzing, overthinking etc. Too many… Continue reading The Constant Assault of Anxiety

Contemplating and Confronting Perceived versus Actual Fear

When I decided earlier this year to change my two UK vacations into first, a cruise for myself alone and then secondly, another cruise with my two youngest children, I received quite a mixed response regarding that decision. Several people said I was "missing out on the opportunity of a lifetime" and others said that… Continue reading Contemplating and Confronting Perceived versus Actual Fear