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Re: is this just how it's going to be? anxiety llurpsienoodle

Posted by muffled on March 5, 2008, at 11:30:39

In reply to is this just how it's going to be? anxiety, posted by llurpsienoodle on March 5, 2008, at 7:37:02

Excellent suggestions by seldom.
I find being around trusted people helps too.
Sometimes I goto my sisters and just sit. Sometimes it even stays when I am there, but I feel safer when I start to panic, and I can dose w/xanax and sleep as need be.
Oddly sometimes being anxious, I think I could NEVER sleep, but plop, off I go....
I agree w/seldom , anxiety isn't always. It does seem to ease for times.
You have quite alot going on in your life my dear Llurpy.
T wise...I dunno, do you feel safe with this T mostly?
Me and my T were just talking yesterday bout how she feels safe with me, and I feel mostly safe with her, 'cept when we were in the car and she waving her hands about. I felt kinda bad bout that. That she feel safe but I don't. She say that she feel safe with her hubby, even when they have a (rare) rip snorting fight. I feel mostly safe with my hubby, mostly cuz he not much bigger than me and so I could proly take him down.
I wonder if stuff like emdr, or touch, or tapping, or hypnosis, etc therapy might be useful to you if you could tolerate it?
Does vigorous excersise help w/anxious at all? Maybe the runners 'high' would override the anxiety? though I tend towards paralysis when I anxious.
Wish you the best LL.
Take care.

 

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