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Even though we try to reality check, we not only think of the worst case scenario, but we genuinely believe that the worst case scenario will, even must, happen.
As anxious people, we know logically that we (more often than not) have no reason to be anxious.
You don’t choose who you fall in love with, that’s why they call it falling.
What you do choose is learning to accept the person you love for their flaws and character traits.
You have to plan way ahead to figure out your tranquilizer/wine situation. You're inevitably teased for your compulsive nervous habits. Asking me to stop is like asking a normal human being to stop breathing, or stop talking loudly about politics at a party where nobody cares. You're never really excited for dates because you're too busy obsessing and being worried. One glass of prosecco and I'll turn into Buffalo Bill from Silence of the Lambs.11.
Just to give you an idea of the potential catastrophe, on the side of my Klonapin bottle it says that mixing with alcohol may cause "erratic personality changes." Awesome.
Then again on Sunday, and we confirmed plans for Monday.When I first started dating my boyfriend, he seemed just like me.Easy going, laid back, roll with the punches type of guy.SORRY FOR THE LONG THREAD, IS SO YOU CAN UNDERSTAND SITUATION. He kept touching me and I was very attracted to him.Also I posted this on another forum, not mentioning the anxiety part, so there's not much in there about anxiety, although I have added little bits in to give a sense of how worried I am about this situation. He kissed me twice - once in the bar and then once in his car after he dropped me off.
If I had to describe anxiety in one word, it would be exhausting. So anxiety is exhausting, and I don’t think everyone is built to date someone who has severe anxiety. It’s difficult for our anxieties not to affect you.