Have you ever tried living with fear? Was it because of an expected failing grade by the end of the semester? Or having no more money to pay when the bill collector knocks at your door?
Everyone surely has tried to live with fear – battled with the sleepless nights and the busy minds as well. It’s a condition wherein yourself goes uncontrollable even to you. It is a monster that silently eats you inside.
It is unhealthy to live with fear. It will still away precious moments that might be the best moments of your life if only you were not afraid worrying over something.
One good thing is that there is this Pranita Kocharekar who founded a project titled “Acknowledge Anxiety”. Having an anxiety condition in the past, the illustrator would like to let the world see the realities behind those who are suffering the conditions through his illustrations as shared in Bored Panda.
Being internet dependent. One tend to find cures over the web whenever he feels something or simply hoping to divert his attention.
Living with fear makes it hard for one to sleep. It is like someone is going to take his life away if he will close his eyes.
One tends to over think even before knowing the real thing behind circumstances.
May it be a man or a woman, the person possesses a woman-innate attitude which is having a hard time when it comes to decision making as all aspects are carefully considered.
One tend to be very meticulous on things. If something didn’t happen on the set time, over thinking again crowds his mind.
And this is it, over thinking. Jumping to 2020 conclusions though we are still in 2016.
Every little thing is as important as the big ones. One wants everything to be perfectly done.
A person living in fear constantly checks his gadgets for updates or even just because he wants to assure he doesn’t miss anything.
Fears are becoming unjustifiable yet one can’t stop himself from feeling it.
There is always doubt. The condition makes it hard for one to feel settled.
Focus is one hard thing to achieve.
A person who suffers the anxiety condition can go really very emotional even on things unrelated to them.
When everything is right, he feels like there is still something wrong or he just simply doesn’t want nothing to think about.
Nothing could soothe the feeling.
Have you ever experienced these indications?
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