OK, maybe that won't be the title, but it will definitely be a FAT chapter in the book about my haphazard life. As the chemicals sifted out of my body, I lay in bed wide awake until 10 am. My eyes were the size of saucers, and the covers were pulled over my trembling head, as the debilitating, irrational fear of the death consumed me. The experience was so scary, I quickly became anxious all the time that I was going to be this level of anxious again. Ain't life grand? But hey, I'm a sexually charged girl.
I Have Anxiety And Here's How It Affects My Romantic Relationships
I Have Anxiety And Here's How It Affects My Romantic Relationships | HuffPost
High functioning anxiety is not a recognized mental health diagnosis. Some people may consider themselves to be in the "high functioning" category, but it's difficult to know exactly how many have this type of anxiety. If you have high functioning anxiety, you probably notice that your anxiety propels you forward rather than leaves you frozen in fear. On the surface, you appear to be successful, together, and calm—the typical Type A personality who excels at work and life. Someone with high functioning anxiety may be the picture of success. You might arrive to work earlier than everyone else, impeccably dressed, with your hair neatly styled.
What Anxiety Does to Your Brain and What You Can Do About It
Anxiety is pretty much the worst, and the last thing anyone needs is a relationship that stresses them out on top of everything. So what are the signs your relationship is affecting your anxiety? I reached out to nine dating and relationship professionals, who gave me the low-down on indications that you're getting unnecessarily stressed out by your relationship. Some were fairly obvious — you worry about your relationship all the time, and fret about its past, present and future, or you can't stop thinking about your partner when she or he is not near, or you constantly overanalyze every little thing your boo says or does or might say or do or didn't say or do or
My first day of high school was also the first time I realized I was anxious. It was as if a switch had flipped in my mind from calm to off-the-charts petrified. I had been nervous before, but this was a new breed of stress.