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Sometimes you can’t control anxiety. Sometimes anxiety controls you. …

Sometimes You Can’t Control Anxiety. Sometimes Anxiety Controls You. ... - Parenting - 2022

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Sometimes you can’t control anxiety. Sometimes anxiety controls you but go with it. This moment will pass. 

Originally posted 2021-02-04 08:59:11.

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  1. I needed this right now. I’m 34 weeks pregnant with two kiddos already at home and I had to stop my anxiety meds and its starting to eat away at me. But I must remind myself that’s it’s just anxiety. Nothing is wrong and I am ok ❤️ thank you for sharing 🙏

  2. Yep. And it’s so hard for people who don’t get it to understand that you can’t just turn it off. The “you gotta stay positive” comments just put us in an endless guilt loop.

  3. As a extreme anxiety suffer of 30 years a huge game changer for me was when a therapist told me that anxiety is self created, it’s not some outside force it’s from within, therefore if you have the power to create something like that you also have the power to stop it. I’d never thought of it like that but it was like the penny dropped when I heard that and dramatically changed things for me!

  4. Caved and had to take a Klonopin today, it just got to be too much. I really try to hold off in taking them. Barely moved from the bed today. I tell myself that tomorrow is a new day…🤷🏻‍♀️♥️

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