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June 11th, 2015 5:10am
Personally I think anxiety is much more commonly experienced than a lot of people realize. That said, you are absolutely not alone in this. As with many things people experience, I think there is also a very side spectrum of anxiety, from mild to severe. And this spectrum, in my opinion, can be experienced by the same person in several ways during their life. If you would like support in this, please know that there are many options available to you, as well.
Anxiety surely isn't a rarity. It's actually on the rise, which is sad, that being said...You aren't alone, there are lots of people, including myself whom also deal with anxiety, there's a Anxiety Support Chatroom on this website, that you're welcome to join! Everyone there will understand, and be there to help you feel more understood and less alone
You're not alone. Many people suffer different forms of anxiety all across the globe, and many feel as isolated in it as you might be experiencing. There is help out there in a whole variety of ways, beginning with recognising how you feel isn't shameful.
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September 19th, 2014 6:18pm
Anxiety is relatively common most people will experience some form of it at least once in their life
You are never alone. Anxiety is very common! Even the best of us experience anxiety, depression and everything in between.... Never feel as if you're alone in this fight. If you'd ever like to private message me to continue this discussion, feel free to! I'd love to hear from you. Good luck.
Anxiety is very common among all people of different ages and genders. Most if not all people have experienced some form of anxiety in their lives, for instance when speaking in public or when going through a rough time, such as financial difficulty. Experiencing some anxiety can be good for you, as it is a way for our bodies to warn us to modulate or cease of a behaviour that is dangerous or counter productive, and it activates our to or focus on a task, thereby heightening cognitive acuity. Other times though, anxiety can be a bad thing. Some people suffer from extreme anxiety which can come in different forms, such as panic attacks, phobia, and social anxiety. (If you feel that your anxiety surpasses the level of "normal" everyday anxiety, you should seek medical advice from a doctor).
It is important to remember that anxiety normal, and that everyone suffers from it. You are not alone if you are experiencing anxiety. It is good to talk to people about the things that make you anxious and ask for advice from friends about how they manage their anxiety if they experience the same thing.
You are not alone in this, millions of people are dealing with anxiety. I used to think I was alone but then when i started talking to my friends and different people over the internet, i found out that anxiety is VERY common among people.
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November 2nd, 2014 4:09pm
Anxiety is so common. Pretty much everyone experiences anxiety at some point. I have had generalized anxiety for as long as I can remember. Some people are just more predisposed towards being anxious. So, I can definitely say that you're not alone, and that many, many people have also experienced anxiety.
I found that anxiety (to different extents) is more common than people believe it is. When I was first diagnosed after experiencing anxiety attacks and a difference in behavior after a traumatic experience, I thought I was the only person I knew who had anxiety. Later on, though, as I started feeling more confident about being "out" about having anxiety, I discovered a lot of people have anxiety and manage to hide it as well as I do.
Anxiety is common, and perhaps becoming more-so. In a high-energy, high-production society like ours, social anxiety and work-related stress are definitely on the rise. Chances are if you don't know anybody else directly who suffers from anxiety, at least a few people you know do. Not only are you definitely not alone, but anxiety as both a physical and mental health issue is much less "taboo" than it once was, and there are plenty of professionals available in many fields who can help you find ways to cope. Good places to start, if you're looking for somebody professional to talk to, are just asking your friends or family if they know of a good therapist, or - especially if your family, like mine, is a little skeptical still - just talk to your doctor. Chances are they can suggest somebody, or at least point you to some great resources or organizations.
Anxiety disorders is the most common psychiatric disorder on the planet. You can never be alone even with an anxiety disorder because you are still a human being with feelings, the problem is that sometimes our brains makes some errors and we need to fix them in order to function correctly.
Yes it is common. No one is alone, ive been through it after i finished college but ive had it since i was at least around 11 years old without knowing it. Face your fears on what scares you take it one step at a time.
anxiety is very common actually it happens in everyday lives and also no one is alone there are other people on the earth besides you and it helps that there are always people in your town, state , and country. the point is your not alone and anxiety is common.