seem like you wait so long for a good day for your anxiety to ease and then when that day does come your mind seems to start looking for something to worry about? That bugs me. And then I was thinking that the days I felt invincible were the days when my anxiety simply eased up, but apparently I was wrong. My doc says that this is grandiose thinking. It's so hard to read my symptoms. Anyone else this way? Just don't wanna feel alone.
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