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    I am for some weird reason. :sad:
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    Is he furiously masturbating whilst chanting Tibetan mantras in translation?
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    I see you have edited. But I'm gonna leave my reply.
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    (Original post by gjd800)
    I see you have edited. But I'm gonna leave my reply.
    Yeah, I messed up and created a new thread instead but didn't want to waste this one.
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    (Original post by Poached)
    Yeah, I messed up and created a new thread instead but didn't want to waste this one.
    Well, i hope that your anxiety subsides quickly.
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    (Original post by gjd800)
    Well, i hope that your anxiety subsides quickly.
    Not very likely. :nope:
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    (Original post by Poached)
    Not very likely. :nope:
    I am sorry to hear that.
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    the entirety of civilisation was created to watch u fail personally that’s what gets us up in the mornings

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    I'm sorry you feel that way Is there anything in particular that's making you feel worried or is it generalised? I find planning my week helps to ease my anxieties by adding in enjoyable and/or productive activities. Like on Mondays I let myself have yummy Danish pastries and fresh fruit for breakfast (certainly makes getting out of bed on a Monday easier and more enjoyable), on Wednesdays I go to the gym both to let off steam and to keep fit, Friday nights are for no work or anything that isn't relaxing and enjoyable, and I try to schedule in an activity with my friends or family at the weekend like shopping, hiking or just going for a drink.

    I find that when I add certainties to my week it helps me to feel more grounded and less like the week is one big mess coming towards me. Instead of the things I have to do just piling up into a big to-do list, I space them out and they seem more manageable. I know at the end of the week everything will be done but I can take one day at a time.

    Oh also writing or keeping a diary. Even if it's just to write 'I feel anxious and I don't know why'! Actually writing things down makes you slow down a bit and you can work through some of your thoughts
 
 
 
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