All my life coping with anxiety. So many psychologists that I can't remember the number.
I'm coming back to school and I would like to know why I find to do a normal activity, an activity that "normal" people do in an easier way, seems to me like jumping in a parachute.

After so many years of dealing with depressions, anxiety and avoidant personality disorder...I would like to hear from a person this "I understand you" and not " I also have anxiety".

It seems that anxiety is now fashionable. But mine affect my daily life.

If a person would tell me "I feel bad, I've got a terrible headache", never came to my mine telling this person " Oh, I also have sometimes headaches". I would focuss on the person who is talking to me.
And forget about my issues for a moment.

I don't blame them. It's hard to understand psychological issues from the outside. They can't be measured.

I still remember how when I was talking to a coworker about my depression, she told me: I'm sure I won't be never affected for that.

I told her: I hope you won't.

I don't know why I'm writing this. I think I needed to put this out bc I'm nervous as hell. I know that I'm a person like any other and that I have my positive points but at these moments I feel a failure.
mmorgam mmorgam
41-45, F
2 Responses Sep 1, 2015

Sorry for the mistakes. I hope you understand my experience.

I would like to know if there is a possibility to correct the posts bc I use to make mistakes and write one word for another bc my mother tongue is not English.