Hello everyone, and welcome to Therapeutic Thursday! I know I’ve shared my story of grief a few different times and in different ways between my blog and The Bipolar Writer Blog, but today I wanted to give an update on grief, how I’ve been dealing with and managing my grief, as well as talk about the Twitter sensation “the ball in the box.”
Hello all and welcome to another Therapeutic Thursday! The topic of food has always been a touchy subject for me. When offered to go out to eat with friends or order food while we’re out for drinks, or even if offered to go over to someone’s house for dinner, I freeze. When I am at public events where there is food available, I usually stay on the opposite side of the room. I’d love to say I don’t have anything against food, but I guess that isn’t true. But the majority of it is anxiety-based.
Happy Therapeutic Thursday!! It’s been a while since my last co-morbidity post but today I have an addition. Anxiety and “OCT.” What is OCT you might be asking yourself? Well, it is what I call obsessive-compulsive tendencies. I do not have the disorder OCD, but what goes hand-in-hand with anxiety are some obsessive-compulsive tendencies. Here’s my explanation:
Happy Talkative Tuesday! In my recent post about the 12 Habits Anxiety Gave Me, it got me thinking quite a bit about the various “side effects” (as I like to call them) of anxiety. I know there is a large stigma attached to anxiety, as well as the rest of the mental health world, but I feel as though there are multiple pros and cons to having an anxiety disorder. Allow me explain.
Today is Therapeutic Thursday, so I thought I’d share some of the “odd” and not-so-odd things I do because of or to “cope with” my anxiety. These are just the physical/outward things, not what goes on in my mind. If you’re new, or just need a reminder, I have GAD (generalized anxiety disorder) as well as social anxiety. Here are some of the possibly odd things I do thanks to it. 🙂
Happy Talkative Tuesday, friends! So, if you don’t know already: Hello, I have social anxiety. I have generalized anxiety as well, but added on social anxiety more and more as the years pass by. It’s always had its’ chance to peek its’ head out, and it has, but lately it’s almost every situation instead of selective situations. Today, I’m going to discuss stores and the impact on my social anxiety.
Happy Therapeutic Thursday, my blogisphere friends! A few weeks (maybe months) back, I spent some time with a life-long friend of mine. I mean we met when we were just under 5, I believe, and she’s been a part of my life ever since. I wish I could remember what led us to this, but she basically came to the understanding that while most do their best to stand out and be seen, I take the exact opposite approach. I live to be invisible.