I have had these unexplainable "nightmares" for years and never knew that the cause of them was anxiety. Constant worry and fear that I would not reach my ideal goals. I overcame most of them through talk therapy, exercise and earning my degree.
However, they are back, but not to the same extent as before. I plan to seek help once again and request medication. I just can't seem to make my anxiety go away. I strongly believe I need meds but Ive been opposed to them for so long.
I guess it's a PRIDE thing. But I can't continue like this. It's not healthy; and adds more stress to my daily life.View Thread
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