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Personal Stories

Personal Stories

When I went to the doctor, I was very  nervous and I kept telling myself.:

"It's just a checkup with the doctor, there's definitely nothing wrong with you, and you can live your life without worrying too much about yourself or always worrying about things that aren't there. Come on, you have to believe in yourself,  from now on all right."

I kept thinking and thinking, but my heart was beating faster and faster, and I started to feel dizzy in my head, so I just kept breathing and breathing.

Then...

I had a panic attack right in front of the doctor...

No tests were done, and the anxiety diagnosis was confirmed immediately.But instead of reassurance, I got more anxious.

I used to cry once or twice a week on average, but after my diagnosis it became a daily occurrence.Always can't help but think about some problems , finally make their own confusion .Continuous diarrhea for a month. Woke up as early as I could, woke up with a headache and couldn't do anything. No matter what you eat, you feel nauseous.

It is also easy to fall into sadness.

When I was walking, a passerby caught a glimpse of me, and then I couldn't control myself. my emotions were out of control on the spot, then I squatted on the ground and cried.

 It was a hard time...

Now I am taking medicine and reading some books to enlighten myself slowly. I have come to understand that many of my views on life are wrong. I made myself too tired, so I began to learn to slowly change myself .

Every day to get a small goal for themselves, such as, today I do not cry.

The doctor said that my condition is not very serious, and I also believe that I will get better in the future.

Come on, there' s still a long way to go in life.

Take your time, it will get better

Ah ha ha

 

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