It’s wearing me out, the constant terror. From loud streets to banging dishes, I feel everything as a threat. And I hate it, so much!
The nightmares persist, the flashbacks continue, and my hypervigilance is king. Mo matter what I do, I can’t seem to break free from PTSD
We grow up thinking that if we get married, have kids, buy the house, and have an excellent job, that this is success. It wasn’t this man’s dream.
Sure, you could just blindly push through your anxiety, but there are tools to see you through the fear. We can beat anxiety and live again.
In my view, the virus is the earthquake, the mental health crisis is the tsunami following. But will world leaders invest in mental health?
Selfcare is important but be aware. Can too much self-care stunt our progress? Some would say, there’s such thing as too much of a good thing.