Healing Words For Those Dealing With Anxiety
Anxiety can take a toll on someone. People battling with anxiety often find it challenging to conduct their day-to-day activities without their anxiety weighing them down. Anxiety can be of different types and vary from one person to another. However, most people with anxiety may often feel afraid to speak about their issues. If you or someone you know is battling anxiety, getting mental health therapy can provide great help. A professional therapist can understand the type of anxiety they are dealing with and assist in overcoming their anxiety with the right strategies.
You are not selfish for putting yourself first and doing what’s best for you.
People with anxiety often jump to the worst scenario, even if it is not real. Often they will assume the worse situation before it happens or won’t even happen. However, when you put yourself first, you may feel bad. It is essential to remember you are never selfish for doing what it takes to get better as long as you are not hurting someone else.
Your negative thoughts are not real. Your anxiety is trying to lie to you.
Negative thoughts may feel like they are weighing you down. When you enter a party, you may feel like everyone hates you, even if people hardly know you. The physical signs that your body gives when you start getting anxious may become too much to handle sometimes. Moreover, the negative thoughts that your mind says are not true. Your anxiety is lying when you have negative thoughts running in your mind. Do not let your anxiety feed you lies. You are better than them!
You will feel better. Not immediately, but eventually.
Healing and getting better takes time. You do not plant a seed and expect the plant to grow from the seed immediately. Similarly, your anxiety may fade with time, and there is life beyond the feeling you are going through. Stay curious to see and experience it!
It is nothing to be ashamed to talk about your anxiety or get help.
Anxiety is something that can affect your physical well too. There is no shame in seeking professional help. In fact, seeking help means you are courageous enough to fight against your anxiety and throw it away for better mental health. Be proud of giving yourself the ability to fight your anxiety with a professional by your side. Moreover, one does not need to be ashamed when they are battling diseases. Similarly, there is nothing to be ashamed of advocating and talking about anxiety.