Finding my place in this world!

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Hi dear blog family, I know I kinda got lost lately. I’m sorry! Its just that I’ve been going for therapy because I’ve been falling apart. It seems I’ve been diagnosed with pathological anxiety which is worse than generalised anxiety. I’ve just been struggling to cope, worrying about getting a job, getting better as a graphic designer, getting married and so on and so on. Its why I haven’t blogged lately.

Guess its time I’ve gotten real with myself. Yes I’m blessed more than most and less than some but I’m unsatisfied. My life sucks. This anxiety feels like a curse. I feel like failed my friend whose always tried to help me. My parents who started to believe in me as a graphic designer. Guess after losing my job! My mental state all when to hell cause before this job I’ve been unemployed for years and where will I get another great opportunity like my last job.

I’ve lost faith in my design abilities. I wake up like a hobo I don’t shave or cute my hair looking undesirable. Losing the sense of who you are is no joke but thanks to therapy I can take a step in the right direction and I’m trusting in God and that he will also use therapy to get me through this hard time in my life.

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8 thoughts on “Finding my place in this world!

  1. We need another button – I hate to hit “like” on posts like these. Wrong message!!!

    It does suck – pathological anxiety is crippling. Try not to make it worse by beating yourself up about it.

    Your LIFE doesn’t have to suck forever. There are ways to manage it, even if you can’t make it go away entirely. Keep seeing your therapist, and try everything suggested for *at least* a week before you decide it’s not working (sometimes it takes a few things in combination).

    Keep blogging – reaching out online, even if you can’t force yourself out the door. Isolation is a killer.

    Praying for you.
    xx,
    mgh
    (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie – ADDandSoMuchMORE dot com)
    ADD Coach Training Field founder; ADD Coaching co-founder
    “It takes a village to transform a world!”

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