You’re probably familiar with the most severe anxiety disorders and anxiety related disorders. Generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, phobias, PTSD, social anxiety, OCD and so on. They, as a group, are one of the most common mental illnesses. In fact, 30% of Americans will experience an anxiety disorder at some time in their lives.Continue reading “Signs You May Have Anxiety and Not Know It”
People tend to be very opinionated about the proper way to “hang” toilet paper. They either want it “in front” or “behind”. This article digs deep into this hotly debated topic.
It only feels that way!
Hi. I’m Adrienne and I have been dealing with mental health issues since I was 14. Currently, I am diagnosed with bipolar II, ADHD inattentive type and anxiety. But always subject to change! I have seen 4 psychiatrists and so many therapists I lost count. I want to provide a safe place where we can share our stories, cry, and laugh together! Whether you have a legit illness or just feel a bit loony from time to time, I am here to help you ❤️
“You’re shockingly normal,” a guy I’d been out with a few times said to me recently. My first thought was HAAAAAHAHAHAHA! AHA! AHAHA! But I figured I should take advantage of his fleeting glossy perception of me and say something profound, so I responded with, “Honestly, I’m just as messed up as everyone else–I just know myself really…
— Read on oneshrinksperspective.com/2016/06/13/how-to-seem-normal-when-youre-actually-kinda-cray/