My childhood bed
Is where I will sleep
While back at home!
I am finally my parents house and snuggled safely into my childhood bed! It is surreal to be back here because it feels like no times has passed. The last time I came here to visit was 18 months ago! Far too long for my liking!
I am going to suck in every moment and enjoy it all!
As Christmas draws nearer, I have begun some of our family traditions.
What are your favorite traditions?
It may sound strange, but I am thankful for my anxiety. My anxiety has been plaguing me for years and not even 6 months ago I would have wanted nothing more than to be rid of it forever. However, examining myself now, after learning to come to terms with my disorder, I am feeling grateful. I still wish I did not have an anxiety disorder, but without it I do not think I would be where I am today.
My anxiety has taught me how to pay attention to my body. To listen to each ache, each thought in my mind and every tightening of my chest. I feel in-tune with myself for the first time and am learning to accept myself one hundred percent.
Anxiety has also helped me create new friendships that I never would have imagined I would make. Since I have become vocal about my disorder, several people have told me they deal with the same struggles. We have now created our own support system and lean on one another in our times of need. It is beautiful.
Finally, I am most thankful for my anxiety because it led me to WordPress! I wanted to find a way to express myself and share my struggles with others, and I found WordPress! It feels wonderful to be able to unload my anxious thoughts onto the screen and receive all of your positive feedback! You all have helped me heal and have taught me not to be ashamed of my illness!
Thank you for all of your support as I continually strive to conquer my anxiety! Happy Thanksgiving!
It’s halloween night
I splurged on so much candy
Now my tummy hurts