Things are going so well. Why do I feel like everything is just going to fall apart soon after?
Danielle Gonzales, PsyD
Hello! My name is Dani, I am a Psychologist and registered Psych Assistant. I have a passion for helping a different types of clients from all diverse backgrounds!
Top Rated Answers
The first thing you can do when your brain begins to process such anxious thoughts is to do some deep breathing for a few minutes. Sometimes, the little things can help ground us. It is also really great to spend much time with long time best friends, we are comfortable enough to express ourselves. Speaking up is the first step to fixing our problems. You know what’s better? They might have a story or experience in a similar situation and will know just how to support you. This gives us opportunities to problem solve together. Their comments could prove to be very helpful. Hanging out with friends we have amazing relationships with really keeps our minds busy and our hearts, joyful and content. The last thing is to seek professional help when the thoughts are overwhelming and beyond your control.
Take it a day at a time, read a book, drink enough water and eat well, care for your body and health. Enjoy the very little and beautiful things around you and document them in your journal while you note down plans, ideas and even a bucket list to keep your energy up. Make your world whatever you want it to be.