“What do you consider your biggest accomplishment after leaving high school?” This is a question that I recently had to answer for an email media interview. For those of you who do not know me personally, I have been out of high school for about 3 years now. If you’re reading this and you are … More “Who am I?”
After suffering from OCD and generalized anxiety disorder for years, plus panic disorder for just about a full year now, I thought I would share some tips and tricks that I have that work the best for me! Hopefully they may help you as well. DEEP BREATHING IT’S ALL ABOUT THE BREATHING. I use an … More My Top 3 Tips for Panic/Anxiety Attacks!
If you wanna read the 1st part of this post, go to my previous post! 🙂 The attack eventually subsided and I made it through the entire class without having to leave for a minute to get fresh air! I always feel accomplished and sometimes even teary eyed when I’m able to do this. If … More Panic Attack in Class (Cont.)
As I’m typing this on my phone, I’m currently having a panic attack in my econ lecture. Someone commented on my 1st blog post, what you resist, persists and this is what I keep repeating in my head. My breathing was heavy and labored, my face and head are numb, but I refuse to let … More Panic Attack During Class
You know those random nights when you get “the feels”? You just start to think about a sad memory, then that leads to another memory, then to another, and another and you just end up feeling sad. Tonight is one of those nights for me… Many times in my life, I’ve felt like the 2nd choice. Note … More Just the 2nd Choice
In my 1st post, I mentioned that I had panic and anxiety disorder. I wanted to talk more about it because one of my goals after being officially diagnosed by a psychiatrist (Spring of 2015) was to help spread awareness about mental illnesses and help end the stigma that surrounds them. I’ll probably go more … More My Panic Disorder