Face up to it

Face up to it

A lovely post showing that facing anxiety can be positively rewarding

Anxiety Warrior

Often my thoughts tend to come out at night. Laid in bed, nothing but silence (and tinnitus) allows me to focus on what I’m thinking and what I’m doing about it. I used to be terrified of this time of day because i feared a lot of thoughts. Now I face up to them. And that’s what I’m doing now.
I spoke recently about some upcoming challenges, which will basically be my biggest triggers faced head on, so I thought I would elaborate before I go on the journey. 

I’ve said before I always fight, I will always push forward against anxiety in the hope I’m doing something beneficial. I may succeed, but I might also fall and crumble, however it’s important to know that I WILL get back up, rebuild myself and try again. 

I have two major triggers, huge crowded places where I can’t easily get out, and…

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