i'm in the midst of moving on from a relationship that is "unknown". my anxiety level has been a bit higher and i notice that my tremors is also as well. i know that this is also a "normal" part of the experience. but when you already have anxiety, it's a little more challenging. this is the first relationship in a long time that i finally opened my heart and i was sooooo giddy over it. i guess i was "in love!" and i loved it! at that time, i forgot about anxiety and my tremors subside. i also learned to relax whenever i was running late for appts. and such. i finally found the cure for anxiety! :) anyway, moving forward, i am now challenged of controlling my anxiety - calming my fears and the rushed feelings to try to salvage the relationship. but i know that i need to move forward. now that i know what being in love can do for my anxiety - how it has calmed and relaxed me, i need to apply what i can to it. however that may be.....maybe this experience is a blessing in disguise despite the heartache. i refuse to make myself and my anxiety worse because of this. i'm worth more than that. we all deserve more than that!
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