The Anxiety Of Anxiety And Anxiety Essay

1323 Words Dec 6th, 2016 6 Pages
Anxiety is something I have always been accustomed to, and even some of my earliest memories involve that anxious, nerve stricken feeling in the pit of my stomach. I was always the shy kid in the class, something to grow out of once I grew older, except that was not the case at all. Anxiety and I have grown closer over the years, so much so, that I developed several crippling anxiety disorders that shaped my life and how I lived it. It came on during my high school years and it affected my school work, my home life, and just about every instance in between. I would wake up every morning filled with anxiety dreading the day ahead of me, and waiting for it all to be over. Severe anxiety and panic attacks flooded in preventing me from living me life as usual. Mental health topics have always fascinated me, but it quickly became a different story when I was living it. After years of trial and error for what works best for me and my anxiety I was able to reflect on the fact that I still know so little on the subject. Despite having a personal connection to the subject, I still feel uninformed on all the other types of anxiety disorders. Through my past experiences, I have learned mostly about Generalized Anxiety Disorder, and Panic Disorder, but the remaining five disorders I have yet to fully grasp an understanding of them. I wanted to find out more on the subject and utilize this opportunity as a way to gain a better understanding of anxiety disorders. I wanted to understand…

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