so basically i have been dealing with anxiety for years now and im finally getting used to it. but recently, like within the past month i have been having off and on anxiety attacks. the attacks are constant and they don;t seem to go away. its a terrible cycle because the first second that i feel anxious, i immediatley start seeing everything bad. i cannot look at the good in things anymore and it makes me wonder if theres any point to anything. ths scares me alot!when i start thinking about all the bad thing in the world i get panicy and anxiuos and then that leads me to start thinking about all the bad things in my life and that just makes the cycle worse. im going to go back and talk to my doctor some more and see what he thinks of this. i know this is normal anxiety and that there is nothing i should be worried about. i guess all im asking is for some of you who read this to help me see things for the good like i used to! i miss that. i know in time this will all pass but for now im just asking for any support i can get. i hope that's not selfish. oh well. to everybody whos reading this and feeling the same way, your not alone and i want you to stay strong because someday it will pass and we will feel happy again! we need to find the good in life! if we help eachother we can do this! peace!
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