23 7 / 2013

"What anxiety feels like."
Like someone’s always watching, wanting you to fail, to make a mistake, to do something wrong. And there’s nothing you can do about it. No way to stop it.

"What anxiety feels like."

Like someone’s always watching, wanting you to fail, to make a mistake, to do something wrong. And there’s nothing you can do about it. No way to stop it.

23 7 / 2013

21 7 / 2013

darrynek:

cancer is a real disease, no one would doubt that.

imagine how much of an idiot you’d look like self diagnosing yourself with cancer without any evidence or professional medical consultation, just because you “felt like you had cancer”.

mental illnesses are real diseases too and you look equally as stupid accesorising them and self diagnosing yourself with them because it’s convenient to you.

mental illness is convenient to no one.

This happens way to often. People need to realize that just because you “feel like your depressed” or “feel a little anxious” or whatever doesn’t mean you are. It’s also something no one should want to have, and most people with mental diseases would rather not tell people about them. All this fake stuff going around makes it harder for people with real illnesses, and takes away some of the seriousness and issues mental illnesses can cause. 

(Source: panerasexual, via demonic-lionfish)

21 7 / 2013

  • 1: they're gonna hate me they'll think i'm annoying they are going to judge me i am going to fuck this up so bad they'll never wanna speak to me again i am a terrible person this will go terribly
  • 2: huh this isn't that bad
  • 3: they hated me they thought i was annoying they were judging me i fucked that up so bad they never wanna speak to me again i am a terrible person that went terribly

20 7 / 2013

Feel free to add to the list. 

  • Trouble at school or work
  • Crowded public places
  • Constantly fearing the “what ifs”
  • Thinking of the future
  • Natural disasters/ecological problems
  • Problems with money/debt
  • Family, friend, or self illness
  • Death of someone close
  • Being exposed to phobia
  • Worrying about grades/classes
  • Holding in feelings
  • Trying to be “perfect”
  • Disappointing (or fear of) a loved one
  • General stress
  • Spending long periods of time with new people
  • The end of school, a job, camp, etc. (something where your in a place for a while and get to know people)
  • Talking in front of crowds

19 7 / 2013

psych-quotes:

Social Awkwardness

Some people have no problem in social situations while others are more shy and reserved. And then there’s another group of people that have problems that reach beyond normal shyness or being introverted – they are socially awkward. This can be a major…

18 7 / 2013

(Source: meme4u)

16 7 / 2013

Sadly, this is really true for a lot of people. I have anxiety pills (I still get anxiety, but not as bad) and I know they’re helping, but sometimes when I think about them too much it freaks me out. Like, is it really me getting better, or the drugs? Is this kind of like cheating? Will people judge me if they find out I take them?

Sadly, this is really true for a lot of people. I have anxiety pills (I still get anxiety, but not as bad) and I know they’re helping, but sometimes when I think about them too much it freaks me out. Like, is it really me getting better, or the drugs? Is this kind of like cheating? Will people judge me if they find out I take them?

16 7 / 2013

16 7 / 2013

Anonymous asked: do you have a Twitter?

Not currently.