Okay, so this may sound silly, but I am just wondering if anyone else feels this too. I am not feeling sorry for myself, (or maybe I am) but when I am going through my panick attacks or just having a bad day with anxiety and can't seem to function, I get jealous of people that don't have it and I start to get angry. I know, what I have, is annoying, but it could be worse. I hear that a lot. Look at people that have it worse than you do. I don't think that I have the worst disease there is to have. I look at people with terminal illnesses, or that are homeless, or whatever it may be and I pray for them and I know that what is going on with me is nothing compared to what they go through. I know anxiety is more just frustrating and annoying, but I still don't enjoy it. Does anyone else get like this or is it just me wallowing in self pity? I get over it quickly, and it isn't all the time. Its just when I am having a really bad day that affects my daily living, and I see people just going on with their normal everyday life. I just think back to my life before I had anxiety and panic disorder and I want it back and I get so upset....
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