Just a naturally high strung, impatient, perfectionist and I'm extremely open minded and outspoken. I have always had trouble managing stress since I was in school. I have always strive for perfection. I find that most of that had to do w/ my father. Trying to excel at his and my high expections for myself. I just can't handle actually anything that remotely relates to any kind of stress from my job, family life, med. conditions that have arose. At times I find that my family is actually helpful, but at the same time it's me I feel that is having to deal w/ things not them. Then again I feel it's family that causes it. I have tried walking, music, and venting. Music is helpful and so is walking and venting. Yet I find that I'm still overwelmed w/ my life and the issues I'm having to deal w/. Any advice to handle things better would be great. I had joined the anxiety board once before, but did NOT find that to be helpful considering I was told it was all in my head. I don't believe that. I believe that stress and anxiety is real. However, I feel that it may be a mixture of both the stress causing the anxiety. Thanks for listening and for the helpful advice. Best wishes to you all. God Bless.
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