sometimes. But I'm trying to reprogram with positive affirmation, natural medication, prayer and supplication, and lots of re-pinnification :0)

sometimes. But I'm trying to reprogram with positive affirmation, natural medication, prayer and supplication, and lots of re-pinnification :0)

I understand this... I wouldn't be the same without the things I've survived. I'd love to not   remember the things I do, but at the same time.... At the same time, my past shaped me. And without it, I would not be who I am, and I get more comfortable with who she is every day.

I understand this... I wouldn't be the same without the things I've survived. I'd love to not remember the things I do, but at the same time.... At the same time, my past shaped me. And without it, I would not be who I am, and I get more comfortable with who she is every day.

"Anxiety,worrying" William is constantly thinking to himself throughout the story. He does it so much that almost every conclusion he makes is negative. This causes him to become anxious and and worry.

"Anxiety,worrying" William is constantly thinking to himself throughout the story. He does it so much that almost every conclusion he makes is negative. This causes him to become anxious and and worry.

anatomy of anxiety. It amazes me how the itty bitty amygdala can cause such chaos to the human body. Triggers during recovery (in this case, infidelity) have been compared to the triggers for PTSD. Ignoring it and keeping silent is not healthy or am effective way to process the pain. Get help, it takes more courage to get help than to be silent and suffer. You CAN do it...YOU are worth it.

anatomy of anxiety. It amazes me how the itty bitty amygdala can cause such chaos to the human body. Triggers during recovery (in this case, infidelity) have been compared to the triggers for PTSD. Ignoring it and keeping silent is not healthy or am effective way to process the pain. Get help, it takes more courage to get help than to be silent and suffer. You CAN do it...YOU are worth it.

Buddha was asked, "What have you gained from meditation?"  He replied, "Nothing!  However, let me tell you what I have lost:  anger, anxiety, depression, insecurity, fear of old age and death."

Buddha was asked, "What have you gained from meditation?" He replied, "Nothing! However, let me tell you what I have lost: anger, anxiety, depression, insecurity, fear of old age and death."

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