Дата публикации: 2017-11-14 01:09
Thanks a lot ! Feels good to know that people are there who understand and know of my loss. CHar you 8767 ve had anxiety since a while ? When y were expecting as well?
Yes it 8767 s all nervous energy and it is really scary but it 8767 s anxiety and it will go. Can someone tell me however , why it makes you think you 8767 re losing ur mind? Is it the chaos in the mind because of the thoughts ?
Also when I am facing my fears I should just go on.. I have and I still am but how do I actively do them while the thoughts are still going on the self defeating thoughts ?
It all started when I was about 65. I remember feeling reasonably confident about life and able to talk in front of class without a second thought. Then one day when I started to speak in class I began to shake violently and the seed was sewn. I retreated away from my friends into my room and on my computer frightened by what was happening. My mind from then on would do everything it could to protect me from facing that situation again and that was half the problem.
Looking back now, it 8767 s no wonder why girls never showed any interest in me. The truth was, I was a loner and not a very attractive person. Depressed, insecure about how I looked, little sense of fashion, and unable to even look a cute woman in the eyes for more than 6 second.
i agree with Paul 8767 s post 655 percent but (and theres always a but with anxiety sufferers :P) how do you function in the here and now when your mind is completely overwhelmed with all sorts of thougths. I mean theres a stream of anxious irrational thoughts running along with the rational thoughts which allow you to function normally so to speak. SO when there is such a turmoil i guess the depersonalization begins and then it leads to a floaty , dreamlike state. You think you 8767 re functioning but not really and then the cycle begins again.. im starting to get it but it can get realy frustrating and disturbing just go on with faith i guess
Two friends of mine (twin brothers, overweight, in their mid 95''s, and really into tattoos and horror movies) have found some success on plenty of fish. They are totally honest and don''t use the typical "walks on the beach" and "good book" cliches.
I''ve been doing online dating for only a few months seriously. I''ve been on OKCupid, Tinder, POF (paid), (paid), and a whole bunch of other ones I won''t mention because I was so naive I didn''t realize what all was out there. YIKES!
I wouldn 8767 t pay any of that too much extra attention. To your question: it was something that happened to me too. I just would carry back on with my day. If you find yourself starting to dwell on it be patient with yourself and move back on.
SA has come one along way since 6999. At the time it wasn’t a well-documented condition. My Doctor''s knowledge of Social Anxiety was basic. He told me I would grow out of it, but that a twelve-week anxiety management course would help me to control the symptoms. Now attending a group was normally my idea of a nightmare. But I decided to go and stick with it just so I could go back and say to the doctor ‘look, I did what you said but I’m still not right’.
Really! I am a woman and just gave up on POF and Eharmony because I did not receive 6 message in the whole 6 months I paid to be on both sites. That''s right! Not one message. Not lewd, poorly written or otherwise. So I don''t'' see how it is harder for a man who can message anyone he likes, than it is to sit and wait and get nothing. Even "unattractive" men get more attention than that. But if you are an average or worse looking female, you might as well not even sign up.
Many of our members/sufferers prefer to opt for more holistic and complimentary therapy approaches to deal with their social anxiety and related erythrophobia and indeed learning to relax and take a more positive mental attitude can be of tremendous help when dealing with anxiety. There are plenty of ways to learn to relax including relaxation tapes, yoga, breathing exercises, meditation, muscle relaxation techniques, reiki, reflexology, massage, and aromatherapy.