I'm begining to wonder if my anxiety is all in my head. The more I think and think about it the more I begin to wonder. It's frustrating b/c it's like I can't turn it off. There are times and have been times where the feelings of hopelessness and just overwelming have just hit therefore it makes me think anxiety, but then there are times where I'm in this hopeless mood and snap out of it. So that leads me to wonder about some of it being in my head. Has anyone else dealt with this before and if so how did you deal with and handle it? I have had to deal with a lot only being 22 yrs. and it's tough! My faith in God and my husband along w/ friends and family that know what I'm going through have kept me grounded and being able to handle some things, but at the end of the day it's me that has to deal. I'm just beinging to wonder if b/c maybe my brian feels like I was not able to deal w/ that situation at the time did it repress it as my mom suggested and now maybe it feels I'm ready and there it is no longer repressed. My mom said the hardest thing to do is allow God to take over and handle EVERYTHING. Yes, that is so true b/c it means letting go and letting him take control. I'm trying so hard to do so, but it's difficult.
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