Anxiety is getting invited somewhere and wanting to go, but your mind telling you it’s a bad idea.
Anxiety is waking up in the morning feeling fine, but knowing it’s only a matter of time before something sets you off.
Anxiety is being tired constantly... a tiredness which no amount of sleep can take away.
Anxiety is the fear everyone is judging you. Even people you’ve never met before.
Anxiety is finding that person you’re comfortable around and never leaving their side at a party.
Anxiety is thinking you’re about to have a heart attack, even though you’re only in your twenties and in perfect health.
Anxiety is having a sick stomach over things that shouldn’t even matter.
Anxiety is having to make up excuses even when you’re dying for some social interaction.
Anxiety is wanting to live on your own, but fearing you will never get to that point.
Anxiety is looking at the clock during a test and panicking, even if you’ve only been at it for five minutes.
Anxiety is the fear of not being good enough even if it’s obvious everyone loves you.
Anxiety is having to take medication just to get through the day.
Anxiety is doing good on a test, but obsessing over every little mistake you made.
Anxiety is saying “sorry” to everyone you talk to, because you worry you’re annoying them.
Anxiety is excruciating headaches, that make you feel like your head is going to explode.
Anxiety is feeling faint even when there’s no way you’d actually pass out.
Anxiety is the fear of being called on in class, because you’re worried you don’t know the answer.
Anxiety is an every day thing, so don’t judge based on things you don’t know.