Users' questions

Do you feel shame for having anxiety and depression?

Do you feel shame for having anxiety and depression?

You don’t look any different from everyone else, but on the inside, you’re letting your nerves and insecurities take the wheel. I feel like my generation is finally starting to blow the cover off of both anxiety and depression, making them feel way less shameful for those who are suffering.

Why do I feel like I have anxiety all the time?

Even if you’re not faced with a real danger, your body fails to recognize that, and either goes into defense mode, or fleeing mode. It’s not a fun feeling, and makes you feel pretty powerless when you re-evaluate the situation later. 4. You have insomnia If you have anxiety, it may be hard to shut your brain down.

What kind of anxiety makes life hard to live?

It’s called agoraphobia, and can definitely make life hard to live. The BetterHealth channel notes that it normally starts out as a small anxiety over a certain event or place — like, if you fear the grocery store, since standing in lines can make you feel really uneasy.

What’s the scariest thing to a person with anxiety?

This is one of the scariest things to an anxiety sufferer. The world is spinning, you feel like you’re not in control of your own life, and there’s nothing you can do but sit around and fear the future.

Can a person with anxiety be a nice person?

Anxiety can make us say mean things, regrettably, no matter how nice we are. I would say that I am a nice person. Indeed, I would go as far to say that my “niceness” is often viewed as a defining characteristic to my closest friends. As far as I know myself, this isn’t just appearances.

Are there any positive thinking techniques for anxiety?

Suffering from years of anxiety and depression, I wanted to put together a list of positive thinking techniques that help to pull me out of negative thinking patterns that I think we all find ourselves in from time to time.

It’s called agoraphobia, and can definitely make life hard to live. The BetterHealth channel notes that it normally starts out as a small anxiety over a certain event or place — like, if you fear the grocery store, since standing in lines can make you feel really uneasy.

You don’t look any different from everyone else, but on the inside, you’re letting your nerves and insecurities take the wheel. I feel like my generation is finally starting to blow the cover off of both anxiety and depression, making them feel way less shameful for those who are suffering.