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   Posted 6/6/2010 4:41 AM (GMT -7)   
Hi again everyone- hope today is a good one for you. Previously I posted comments regarding gad,ocd and social anxiety. This was particular to situations that I was familiar,competant and successful in. Does any one have any insight on why I would have this. I dont suffer from depression either. Ialso seem to be fearful of failing at something I know I have the ability to do-like golf to some extent. I have a fear that i will let my mimd undermine me and I wont show my real abilities. As I said before I also overanalyze things and then become afraid I will do this. Why one day cool another anxious? Why does anxiety move from one thing to another
in areas that I was cool with? I'm not just talking about good and bad days
which everyone has - Im more fragile than that. Is it that I'm just wired that way? There is mental illness in my family and I experienced what I consider severe embarassment when my parent was hospitalized for a breakdown when I was about 6- although I feel not much emotion about this now. Is that just an excuse? I feel I have lived a scared and comprimised life- my own fault- and do not want to do this anymore. Also.
I notice I make a big deal about everything sometimes. Anyone out there
have any insight on any of this? The therapists I was seeing said it would
not make a difference to explore my early years;I have to concentrate on moving ahead now. I want to help myself.
Thank you.

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   Posted 6/6/2010 7:08 AM (GMT -7)   
Morning ghost8,

You already have a thread on this topic and may I kindly suggest that you read the responses in your orginal thread and carry on from there. Here is the link to your previous post:

We ask that all memebers please continue posting in their original thread if the topic is a along the same theme.

This makes it easier for other members to follow your questions and meet your needs in responding to your posts.

I will move your new post to your original thread.


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