Lately, I've been trying to go outside of my "safe zone"..I have a mile radius near my home and hospital area that I've had now for a few years. Due to my panic attacks and generalized anxiety and Agoraphobia...Lately, I've been trying hard to push my boundaries, I get a little over a mile and try to push but end up turning my truck around and get back into my comfort zone, I have noticed lately, I've been extremely fatigued and tired, especially as Im trying to push my limits, I was driving the other day, and trying to work on beating the anxiety and out of nowhere, it hit me like a ton of bricks, I suddenly became extremely fatigued, weak, and very tired, my eyes were heavy, I felt mentally drained and that alone make me freak out, I felt like I couldnt stay awake and that scared me, (like every single thing scares me)....That has happened often lately and I feel it's another roadblock in front of me....I hate it...does anyone else experience these bouts of sudden or just general really bad fatigue like this?? It is really bothering me and it has me really upset and very angry...I feel like I am cursed and some higher power is playing games with me and Im just destined to live with anxiety, I want my damn life back so bad....I can't cope or take the anxiety disorder anymore.
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