Tag: anti-anxiety artist

Anti-Anxiety Poetry: The Chase

Do you know what you're running from or why you're even running?

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How Fear Eats Our "What Ifs" for Breakfast

I’m so tired of my fear right now.  It’s like having another person in the room with me at all times, making me doubt my every move.  And when I say “every move”, I mean EVERY MOVE. 

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How Not to Punch Friends Who Think the Pandemic is a Conspiracy

One of the biggest challenges for me during all of this uncertainty, is feeling how I feel about how we should be acting within our communities, while having to deal with the fact that not all of my family and friends feel the same way.  In fact, I seem to be in the minority. 

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Pandemic Life: Finding Excitement in the Little Things

In a way, we’re getting to know ourselves all over again.  I mean, we live our lives in the manner that we do in part because of how the outside world dictates we do things.  I’ve never really thought about that before, but now, it’s hard not to see.  And the interesting part is that we’re watching this “new normal” grow right before our eyes.

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How the Easing of Restrictions is Causing My Anxiety to Surge

Over the past couple of days, it seems that things are beginning to ease up a bit.  In some states, beaches are opening and non-essential businesses are being given the green light.  Good news rights?  Well…not for my anxiety.  Yesterday was my first true attack since this shit started. 

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I Don't Like Hugging Strangers: Quarantine Discovery of the Week

While we’re all feeling pretty dang trapped by this situation, I am trying to find a sense of freedom within this new normal.  If you think about it, the second that we decide to loosen our grip and just let the new normal develop as it will, we are liberated.  Because the truth is, it’s not up to us.  And it won’t be for a while.

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