I sometimes feel that I am actually addicted to my anxiety, depression and panic attacks. I have had these issues from as far as I can remember, since I was 5 years old (kindergarten). Throughout the years it has gotten better in some aspects and situations and worse in others. But throughout my entire life, it is all i've known. Even though it is a horrible feeling, in a sick twisted way it is also somewhat of a comfort because it's been such a constant in my life. I don't really know how to act without my anxiety holding me back. It's part of my identity. In my mind, I feel like whenever I try to "fight it" or "get over it" like people say I should, I am betraying it. I know it's twisted.. but does anybody else understand or feel the same?
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