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short of breath, dizzy, feels like your skin is crawling and mind is spinning. for me, i have very specific triggers, but it can also happen on a random tuesday when everything feels just fine. everyone has a long list of things they wish were different. but the book is showing me that it’s the only way then can we really start to understand ourselves. “perfectionism is not the same thing has striving to be your best. hid my to-do list away and tried my best to feel juuuuuust fine with it. wandering around the farmers market, having a friend over for dinner, checking into a hotel, the feeling when my house is clean, cuddling with my cats, brunching with arian, editing photos on my phone, thrifting, long conversations with old friends over wine, cooking simple meals for arian and seeing how happy they make him, watching back to back episodes on netflix, going to an afternoon movie, picking out flowers for my nightstand…. ” social media and blogs have created a monster for a lot of people i think.i haven’t gone to the doctor about it because frankly doctors make me more anxious than just having the anxiety attack. i wish i had more self control when it comes to eating healthy. this book talks a lot about embracing your insecurities and learning to love yourself. i rarely ever just sit by myself with my thoughts and need to. – i found it very difficult to compliment others often, because i rarely compliment myself. perfectionism is the belief that if we live perfect, look perfect, and act perfect, we can minimize or avoid the pain of blame, judgement, and shame. it’s a twenty-ton shield that we lug around thinking it will protect us when, in fact, it’s the thing that’s really preventing us from flight.” these two things give us ideas, a fresh perspective, a joy for our jobs, a much needed break. almost none of those had the pressure of money or goals or work. even with this post, i am having this voice inside that wants me to have someone read it first so i can ask “should i post it? i can’t lie and say that i don’t question myself when a post doesn’t do very well or when a photo gets a low number of likes on instagram.I was in the same boat as you just around a year ago with anxiety and depression.I didn’t want to go to a doctor because I felt ashamed, like I should be able to “pick myself up.” And then I realized I was doing myself (and the people I love) more harm by not doing anything. I’ve never actually considered myself a perfectionist before, I’ve justified it as “expecting the best from myself,” and “working hard,” and “giving constructive criticism.” But I’ll have to pick up that book because the way she puts it really touches a nerve for me.So yes, for sure many of us ( myself included ) can totally relate to you. I feel as though I’m just getting out of a solid year of depression and reading your blog is one of the things I did when I was happy (lost motivation for reading and posting blogs for a long time now), and I guess the fact that I’m posting here is a sign that healing comes bit by bit =] You talked about the importance of the alone, quiet time, and I’ve noticed that myself even in the last few days.We put so much pressure on ourselves to make our dreams come true that we forget to take some TLC time to appreciate ourselves and take some quiet relaxation all pressure off ( is that a thing? I’ve been sick and snowed in and I think this time to myself has done me more good than I could have hoped.

This is something I’ve been wanting to talk about as well and have been formulating my own post to publish sometime soon ( maybe next week ). In the meantime, I want to encourage YOU to continue to have the courage to explore these difficulties ( privately or through your blog ) and to not be afraid to ask for help and support from professionals, friends, family, or your loving followers 🙂 I appreciate your honesty, Bri.If you can pick it up, I hope it inspires you 🙂 xoxohannah You precious sweetheart 🙂 I’m so proud of you! Not to say that I don’t have my bad days (everyone does!) but I am happy to say I’ve never had another anxiety attack. Sending bravery and strength and the ability to give yourself grace your way 🙂 You definitely aren’t alone in this!i still haven’t figured out exactly which feeling i’m numbing, all i know is that it’s happening. it immediately makes me feel nervous, guilty and anxious myself.and i should try to dig deep and think about how to fix it. and i’m also very receptive to people that are calm.

This is something I’ve been wanting to talk about as well and have been formulating my own post to publish sometime soon ( maybe next week ). In the meantime, I want to encourage YOU to continue to have the courage to explore these difficulties ( privately or through your blog ) and to not be afraid to ask for help and support from professionals, friends, family, or your loving followers 🙂 I appreciate your honesty, Bri.If you can pick it up, I hope it inspires you 🙂 xoxohannah You precious sweetheart 🙂 I’m so proud of you! Not to say that I don’t have my bad days (everyone does!) but I am happy to say I’ve never had another anxiety attack. Sending bravery and strength and the ability to give yourself grace your way 🙂 You definitely aren’t alone in this!i still haven’t figured out exactly which feeling i’m numbing, all i know is that it’s happening. it immediately makes me feel nervous, guilty and anxious myself.and i should try to dig deep and think about how to fix it. and i’m also very receptive to people that are calm.i guess it was pretty obvious from what i was saying that this book was a necessary read for me.