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HA is so tiring.

Eskel

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So helloo! Been like almost three weeks now, since the bat encounter. I just wish my HA could just be taken away, it can get so mentally fatiguing at times but still holding on there. It's still on the back of my mind and the fact I keep feeling aches on my back due to getting back to working out just flares my anxiety up and that there's an itchy red spot on my spine that appeared yesterday.Anyways, I just wanted to vent about it. Thanks to anyone taking the time to read this:).
 

bigjetplane23

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Yes, same here. I would never, ever wish it upon my worst enemy.
It’s so draining. Literally wake up, and start thinking about my current worry and then start scanning my area of concern. I’m so tired of this…..
 

Eskel

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Yes, same here. I would never, ever wish it upon my worst enemy.
It’s so draining. Literally wake up, and start thinking about my current worry and then start scanning my area of concern. I’m so tired of this…..
True. For me, it's just staying awake for 30 mins each night before going to bed cuz my mind keeps wandering back to rabies and I keep thinking I might not live tomorrow.
 

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Very true sometime I wish we can just pluck it out if us and toss it far away, or maybe bury it where it'll never be found.
And then you may well get rid of something valuable. My GAD lasted for almost two years, on and off. Looking back I needed a good kick up the pants. My life was not good. It was fine for me, but was making others unhappy, but I hardly cared. That had to change, and my God it did!! 'Many are called, but few are chosen'. Could it be we are the lucky ones? Oh no, no way am I minimising the suffering. Been there and know only too well. But can we see anxiety as a cleansing operation. Something is wrong in our lives that needs remedying. It won't always be obvious to us because the last thing most want to do is take a good hard look at themselves.
Domestic circumstances so often contribute to anxiety, indeed can often be the cause. Background discontent with our lives is something that can keep anxiety going. Talk to 'IT'. Ask it what it is trying to tell us about the way we live. The answers may surprise you!
 

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And then you may well get rid of something valuable. My GAD lasted for almost two years, on and off. Looking back I needed a good kick up the pants. My life was not good. It was fine for me, but was making others unhappy, but I hardly cared. That had to change, and my God it did!! 'Many are called, but few are chosen'. Could it be we are the lucky ones? Oh no, no way am I minimising the suffering. Been there and know only too well. But can we see anxiety as a cleansing operation. Something is wrong in our lives that needs remedying. It won't always be obvious to us because the last thing most want to do is take a good hard look at themselves.
Domestic circumstances so often contribute to anxiety, indeed can often be the cause. Background discontent with our lives is something that can keep anxiety going. Talk to 'IT'. Ask it what it is trying to tell us about the way we live. The answers may surprise you!
Thank u for the advice. I'll do my best :)
 
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