I have the most irrational fears which cause my panic attacks sometimes. Silly things like my new puppy went under one of our decks (she is 6 weeks old) and I thought there was an animal under there (not sure what kind) She came out the other end and she was fine and wanted to go back in (I stopped her and blocked the area) but immediately I started thinking that what if there was an animal in there and what if it bit her or scratched her and what if it had rabies and then she will get rabies (no rabies vaccination until 12 weeks) and then she gives it to us and we all die!!!! Unbelieveable. Why do I have these irrational thoughts. The puppy was fine and even if she did run into an animal it would have run out the other way or attacked her and she would be injured and the chances of it actually having rabies is very slim anyway and she has some vacc. from her mother's milk. Do you see how I have to rationalize the simplest thing so I don't worry forever about these stupid things???? Does anyone else do this???? Please tell me that I am not alone in these stupid fears where there shouldn't be any!!!!!
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