hi everyone! i haven't posted on here in a while.i've been quite busy..my anxiety had been down but i had been staying in what i call safe spots..keeping a routine and not over doing anything..first off im a recovering alcoholic addict so i take everything one day at a time..also i suffer from major depression and anxiety disorder..im at a point in my life i don't want to be limited and i've went and signed up for school because i need a skill in order to be marketable especially with the economy the way it is..so taking a leap of faith i quit my full time job and took a less paying pt-time job so i can go 2 school full time..this makes me nervous..i went to orientation tues and i became quite panicky..i guess doubting myself..i've been trying to stay positive but these negative thoughts keep getting a grip on me..so far im just persisting threw it just forcing myself threw the feelings..anybody ever gone threw this and have some ways of coping with new experiences when ur doubting yourself?any suggests will be appreciated..im almost a wreak right now worrying about the future..its so frustrating..thanks.
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