Over three years ago I suffered from a panic attack that I was sure would cripple me for life. I couldn’t leave the bed for days, couldn’t eat, was sure I was losing my mind, and begged for an answer as to why this was happening to me. Three years later, I am not the […]Read more "Using Visualization To Overcome Anxiety"
bach·e·lor (băch′ə-lər, băch′lər) n. 1. A man who has never been married. 2. A person who has completed the undergraduate curriculum of a college or university and holds a bachelor’s degree. 3. A male animal that does not mate during the breeding season. 4. A young knight in the service of another knight in feudal […]Read more "Bachelordom: Day 1"
A little over two years ago I had an anxiety attack at the intersection of Rock Road and Central in Wichita, KS as I pulled into the left turning lane on my way to work. I’d experienced this feeling before in life but only for short confusing intervals. This one was different…it didn’t go away. […]Read more "Stupid Anxiety"
Almost 2 years ago I experienced a terrible panic attack that shook me to the core as it seemingly came out of nowhere. In the aftermath I became antisocial, anxious about everyday activities, and dependent on my family to help me emotionally through the roughest period of my life. I became deathly afraid of things […]Read more "Living With Someone Who Suffers From Anxiety"
Its been a while since I gave an update on my living with anxiety…and that’s a good thing, because it has become far from the front of my mind. I wish I could go back to me having all those panic attacks two years ago when I was wondering if things would ever get “better” […]Read more "Anxiety Update: 2013 In Review"