I don’t know where I’m going to apply to college when and if I go back. But, as you said Angela, the key is to spend as much time as possible in the present, and then just take small steps to move forward in taking the next big step.Like you said, Laura, knowing that others out their are struggling with the same things is very comforting.
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We can all find strength in the fact that we are never alone. Reply Thanks for sharing your own experience Laura. I am a person who is constantly worrying about the future and I sometimes forget to live in the present. Living in the present is something I am working on also. Eric sounds a lot like my hubby whenever I tell him what’s bothering me.
I can relate to the post-school anxiety issues…it can be a big transition period, but also, a new and exciting chapter in your life to begin. I forget to enjoy the opportunities and experiences I am having in the now! His reaction almost always cheers me up:) I hope you are able to find comfort from him being by your side! I definitely needed this reminder in my life right now. =) Reply As much as I would never wish anxiety on anyone, it’s so nice to hear that I’m not the only one (I feel like it sometimes).
However, after losing both my parents when they were fairly young, I realized that we have no idea what our future will look like, or how long our future might be. I appreciate your honesty about discussing your anxiety.
I still get caught in the multitasking trap you spoke of, which diminishes from the simply beauty of what you are doing at the moment and can disrespect the people you may be with at the time. I also have a lot of anxiety, especially when I start worrying about and trying to plan for the future.
Granted the tasks at hand aren’t very glamorous, but the end result makes me appreciate the effort and most importantly, clears my head. Thank you for the amazing tips, and I really hope that you’re able to tackle that anxiety monster.