I would wake up and think about it being a nice day and about my bike ride, I would stop off for a drink and a sandwich, before I would wake up and think ‘Anxiety and how am I going to get rid of it’ to feel more real I had live more real, was my motto. The first time I went running I was thinking how great I would feel, how my anxiety would improve and almost watching how I felt when I got back and being disapointed if I did not.Again I was doing things wrong, I was running to fix my anxiety and again doing two things at once, running and thinking about me, instead of just being in the present and running.
I would wake up and think about it being a nice day and about my bike ride, I would stop off for a drink and a sandwich, before I would wake up and think ‘Anxiety and how am I going to get rid of it’ to feel more real I had live more real, was my motto. The first time I went running I was thinking how great I would feel, how my anxiety would improve and almost watching how I felt when I got back and being disapointed if I did not.Tags: always another fish datinganne dating hathawayPorno veb cam macedoniacapricorn woman dating storiessan antonio dating websitetop 10 chinese dating siteschristian singles dating reviewsMature chat rooms n irelandBest free chat sex vietnamme
OK, as promised here is todays post and something I wanted to cover as it is something I felt for a long while even into my recovery and sometimes beyond.
Feeling trapped in your own mind is an unpleasant feeling and one many people with anxiety suffer with.
Just to let everyone know I will be doing the the charity 10k for Anxietycare, two weeks on Sunday with Mike from this blog.
I am just about up to full fitness and am really looking forward to it.
I could give a list of why this is, but in my opinion the main cause is the pondless thinking about ‘us’.
If you think about the average person walking down the street, they will be thinking about the meal on Saturday, then the meeting at work later in the day, meeting friends for lunch, everything is outward, where as anxiety sufferes think mainly of themselves and how they are feeling, everything is inward, which causes many of the feelings of being trapped in your own mind.In time I actually became a master in letting things go, the more you practice the easier things get.Feeling free of my own mind was a gradual process, it came in layers, the worry slowed, my mind became clearer and I felt alive again, free of myself.In the early days I had to drag the old worrying me there, but I went for a swim, went cycling and just stopped sitting at home brooding about my situation.I trusted that in time my mind would regain its flexability, would welcome plenty of other things to focus on, become more flexible and in time it did.So what I needed to do was change this process and let other things into my day, live in the present and stop worrying about me, the past and the future, it was time to escape from my own mind, to unlock some doors and begin to live again.So I had to begin teach myself to live in the present.Just to say thank you to everyone who has sponsored me, you all know who you are.I can’t tell you how thankful I am and I promise to post all the pics of the day up on here afterwards.So anxiety or not just try and add other things into your week, try not to worry so much, anxiety has a habit of making us think the worst and on finding an outlet things get magnified.Trust me once you take the anxiety away then you find it hard to worry, the need is just not there.