This quote makes so much sense to me. When being flooded by emotions or symptoms, it can be overwhelming. They come out of nowhere at times. I am not always aware of the triggers that set me off until much later. Although it's good to know the trigger that knowledge doesn't help at the time of flooding. It does help me to know what to avoid the next time so that I don't turn to isolation. This site gives practical advice of how to cope with the flood before it becomes a rip tide.
I'm getting better at hiding it and repressing it. But at night no one sees me break down, my feelings and thoughts then roam free. In the morning it starts all over again, in the morning I can escape into the happy world and in moments can actually feel I'm happy.
31 Secrets of People Who Live With Anxiety This is a perfect glimpse into understanding what people with anxiety disorders feel day after day- family and friends of people who have anxiety need to read this!