Anxiety - OC87 Recovery Diaries

Anxiety: A general term used to describe a feeling, thought, and physical state found in many disorders, characterized by a sense of unease, tension, racing thoughts, fear, increased heart rate, worrying, and perception of danger, often resulting in avoidance, difficulty concentrating, medical health issues, and obsessive thinking. For more comprehensive information on anxiety, please click here.

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Is Mental Illness Your Rabbit, Too? Living with Anxiety and Depression

Not hallucinations, but rather some of the smaller and fuzzier denizens native to Cambridge, Massachusetts. There is no metaphor more fitting for the person I was back then: twitchy, easily startled, a propensity to run scared from others. I had lost all the avenues I’d had to hide from depression and anxiety, and they closed in like a pair of gangsters in an alleyway.

I Still Lose Myself

I hurt so much. I didn’t understand how to take care of my body. I didn’t know that I was sick with Bipolar II and a major anxiety disorder.

A Choice

I don’t really want to share any of this. My mind is like a pendulum swinging from, “I don’t have any mental health problems and it’s a sham to pretend. . .

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