The world is a scary and unpredictable place. Always has been, and most likely always will be. But it’s not up to you to carry the weight of the world. No one person can do that.
The absolute truth of the matter is that school will always be there. Your health comes first and that might mean taking off a semester or a year or 10 years. And in that time your interests might change and you’ll develop a new focus and a new drive. You may not finish “on time”, but you’ll finish when you’re ready.
In case no one has told you lately, you’re doing a really great job.
Most people are just figuring it out as they go along. We all make mistakes and learn from them. Or we have great successes and learn from them as well.
So take some comfort in knowing that you’re not the only one winging it. Life is weird. And we’re all still learning.
Panic attacks are exhausting. It’s that sudden feeling of terror that comes out of nowhere and is often completely irrational. You may feel like you’re having a heart attack or dying. But, of course, it’s important to remember that your anxiety can not and will not kill you.
Immediately following a panic attack, these are my 4 tips for nourishing your body to help you physically recover while you’re still working on mentally recovering from the attack.
Other people are fighting some of the same battles as you. We’re all trying to make sense of our lives and our surroundings. This is the human condition. And there are people who actually do understand precisely what you are going through, but that doesn’t make it any less painful or less scary.