I’m getting worse and worse at keeping up with this blog even though lately I have needed to write more than ever.

So much has happened since my last post. I have a new set of clients for work. My location of work has changed. My dad’s 80th birthday (or what would’ve been) just passed. Balancing a social life with school and work has continued to be a challenge.

I don’t do well with change as I’m sure many people with anxiety experience. I stopped going to therapy (even though it was free) because I really disliked my therapist. She was awful. I didn’t feel a connection and I didn’t feel like the strategies she taught me helped other than the breathing one and the grounding one (which helps me so much through traffic, let me tell you).

Even though I have a million and one things to do tonight before I go to sleep, I feel sick to my stomach and need to take a second and compile my thoughts.

I think I need to write “Blog” in my day planner at least once a week. My anxiety is slowly getting worse and I need to use my coping strategies and find an effective outlet for my stresses. I haven’t journaled in a while because I “haven’t had the time” but I need to make the time.

I hope all of you who struggle with anxiety are also finding your outlets.

Have a great rest of the summer. See y’all in a week!



About prettiestpanic

Small-town Canadian sorority girl & psychology major embracing her inner Carrie Bradshaw & Mindy Lahiri. Rarely found without a wineglass or caffeinated beverage in hand. Follow me on Twitter (@michguzrat) because odds are, if you've thought about it, I've said it in 140 characters or less.

Posted on August 19, 2016, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Blogging has helped me with anxiety. Keep it up, I’m sure it will help you! And don’t think about the problems you have, think about the problems you don’t have. It’s hard, but taking it one day at a time helps.

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