Anyone else get freaked out when they're actually relaxed?

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Or am I the only one? Lol. I feel like sometimes when I cath myself actually feeling relaxed and not tense or anxious for once I start freaking out like whoa this isn't normal I'm a bit TOO relaxed. It's like a lose lose 😂

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  • Posted

    All the time it's like your waiting for things to go left lol
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    Yup sometimes its like why isn't the sky falling and then its like- it will soon lol Its really not funny but its like too good to be true that a person has some time without worry. Wonder what it would be like to be one of those people that Never worry about anything..I cant even imagine. Xx
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    Okay good I'm glad I'm not the only one!! Lol I'm like wait body why are we not freaking out right now?!
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    • Posted

      because your body is reacting and when your are going through the symptons our body goes into fight of flight when its relaxed its thinking hey wheres all the problems gone because your body is so used to fighting and defending i got told this years ago so its "normal" lol

       

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    When you feel relaxed, have an agenda for what you can accmplish on your good days. Sometimes its problems to think through. Good days arent off days. Have a good day!
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    Trust me, whenever I feel normal I do get nervous once I notice it. Something clicks on in my brain and I start to think it's a trick, Anxiety is gonna come right back. It's like a voice in my head telling me not to enjoy normalcy because it won't last.

    It's awful this Anxiety, all I want is to be normal again but when it happens I get scared it won't last.

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    It's more sound like your so relax, u start to lose a bit of control over your mind), start to fall in a panic attack!. Been there done that).
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