It’s important to understand that there is no need to feel ashamed of anxiety, as believe it or not, there are hundreds of millions—maybe even billions—of other people in the world who feel exactly the same way as you do. The lifetime prevalence of anxiety disorder in America is 28.8%, according to the National Institute of Mental Health.
That’s almost 1 in 3 people who constantly think and worry about everything. Just like you, they have struggled to explain their feelings to their doctor or their friends.
Just like you, they thought something must be wrong with them and that no one really understands what they are experiencing. Persistent worry and feelings of helplessness is a scary thing to go through on your own, and can STRIKE anyone no matter what lifestyle and background they come from.
People can struggle with anxiety for years even though they have tried everything to overcome their inner demons. If you think that you are unique and your feelings of extreme anxiety were beyond your control, then we are happy to say, you’re not alone.
If you feel let down by your Doctor because they just don’t understand how overwhelmed YOU are, then you are NOT the only one to have felt this way. Half the battle is understanding what’s actually happening to you at this very difficult time in your life.
However, if you bury your head in the sand and don’t do anything about your anxiety, then it will only get WORSE and it will affect your life and the lives of the people around you. If you don’t do… Read more…