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posted by Anonymous on 11 November, 2019

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i keep getting anxious, and most of the time, there’s no reason to be. i know that i easily get worried or stressed, so i make a list and try to get the tasks done asap. but recently, even though i’ve finished the things i need to do (study for test etc.) i still feel tense, like theres something heavy in my chest and i can’t get it out. thank you for reading through it, i just want to rant, and it kinda helped.it’s not that very serious like the others here, but yeah.. have a nice day




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Anonymous ● 14 November, 2019 ⚓︎


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that is super common. it seems like everyone has an anxiety problem of some sort in this modern world. don't worry because there are plenty of great ways to help yourself cope with the anxiety and hopefully grow past it. mindfulness and meditation practices are a good, easy, proven way to start. find a guided meditation session on youtube which you like and follow the breathing exercises. it's something you can take with you everywhere and helps bring you back to baseline. i know it helped me a lot best of luck with everything. let us know if you need anything else

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💡3 Vivid Coral Porpoise ● 29 December, 2019 ⚓︎


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i feel exactly like that. these are what helps me... journaling walking getting sunlight creaating a safe place alone exercise music cbd my anxiety meds ..cymbalta is mine getting on this site and helping someone making a list of what im not going to do.. yes not do pray or sing hope this gives you tools. you always have control over your reactions. and noone can take that away.

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💡137 💎2 Delightful Scarlet Jellyfish ● 15 March, 2020 ⚓︎


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hey there! anxiety can be a big part of someone's life, mostly because it's a heavy weight to get off from one's chest. sometimes, anxiety is something inherent. some people are way more anxious than others, sometimes without a tangible cause, which doesn't make it less important. other times, however, anxiety doesn't come from within, it revolves around external factors. the first thing i'd recommend you to do is to evaluate (or re-evaluate) your current situation. what do you think is stressing you out? find the root of your problem and try to attack it directly. then, try to find something that helps you when you're feeling anxious. i'm not going to tell you what, that's something you gotta find yourself, but the people who commented here have given you extremely good advice. you're always welcome to share and you're always welcome to talk about what's bothering you! hope you're staying okay!

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Anonymous ● 14 November, 2019 ⚓︎


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thank you for sharing. talking about yourself can feel so good just on its own. well done