Hi everyone! I just joined this group. I have had anxiety for as long as I can remember. A year and a half ago I had somewhat of a breakdown and was put on Lexapro. It helped somewhat but made me feel like I couldnt think clearly. I took myself off of it about 6 months ago and I can think more clearly but my anxiety is back big time. Almost every relationship I have, I worry about. I rerun every conversation I have with anyone and find something wrong with things I said. If someone is having a bad day or is in a bad mood, I always come to the conclusion that it was somehow my fault. Right now, my husband and I have 2 other couples that we hang out with but the 4 of them are always together while we often sit and wonder what everyone is doing. I am constantly worried and stressed out because of this. I wish I could just say, "Whatever!" and "Screw You!" but I cant. I really love these friends and one is my cousin who was more like a brother to me growing up, and one has been a best friend of mine for years and I was the maid of honor in her wedding. Things have changed big time since that. I guess I am just wondering if anyone else does what I do? I dont know anyone else who is like me in this aspect. Thanks Guys!
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