"It is Nice to see you again Don." She said as she messed up my hair and gave me a hug.
"Your all wet you'll caught your death is you don't get out of those things." I nodded and rushed inside my uncle bob was inside, he gave me a large smile.
I asked people on my Facebook page to ask some questions the other day and I would pick the best 3 out, here is the 3 I picked and my answers.
Sorry for the spacing issues, it is created my copying and pasting. I feel like i had a good hold of my anxiety and i can see the things i worry over are irrational most of the time however i feel that the physical symptoms of my anxiety take over and i become locked into the fear and panic.
Mom and dad told me that they would pay me for my work just like it was a real summer job, so that made it a little better.
I arrived on a rainy day and my aunt greeted me at the door.
And that described a significant percentage of my college experience...
After I left home, my parents took an overseas assignment and moved away leaving me, admittedly with very reasonable in-state tuition at a good school in the north-central Rocky Mountains, but still, all alone.
I've already mentioned that I enjoyed school, but the thing you need to know about engineering schools is that there is a weird mismatch between men and women.
I'm not going to speculate why, but will say that they're this song I heard once, I think it's titled, "Men" and one of the lines in it is "so throw your rubbers overboard, there's no one here but men...".
It almost feels like the physical symptoms come first then my mind makes up a scenario to go along with it. The first step and one that you have seen is that most of the things you worry over are irrational, the anxious mind is a master at creating worries that don’t actually exist, which is just its way of dealing with the energy being released.