Each time I’ve faced conflict, I’ve learned new things and over time I’ve got better at it, which is great because my old response was to storm off/threaten it which my now husband made clear after I tried to pull it a couple of times over disagreements, that it wasn’t cool.I was so mortified over my actions that I sent a rare email (we don’t send many) promising it wouldn’t happen again. Incidentally, you don’t learn how to deal with conflict by avoiding it…We don’t want to burden you and there are some things we need a professional for. Again, you don’t need to protect us or stay 100% positive all the time to help us through. If you’re suffering from engagement or newlywed anxiety, this is the best course of action you can take. It’s an instant download of comfort, inspiration, and practical tools for managing your anxiety and realizing your clarity and love.This is the e-course available to help you transform your relationship anxiety and marriage fear into clarity and serenity.
Deciding to re-engage requires us to ‘take a punt’ because regardless of what is said continues to consistently show up moving forward.
Language is powerful in itself, but a depressed person will read into what you say, take it deeply personally, and analyse it for hours until it confirms every bad thing we think about ourselves. Sometimes it gets too much and we just come along to that big party/dinner with friends/lunch with your parents. We’re not being flaky, we just don’t feel like we can do it today. Please don’t endlessly question why we’re feeling so rubbish. We can feel great and think we’ve finally got through this one day, then find ourselves in a pretty dark place (in our minds. Medication can mess things up for a bit, as can, well, just being depressed. Each reason our life is brilliant feels like a little stab in our heart, asking: ‘why aren’t you happy? We feel awful about that, and we already feel like self-obsessed oversensitive arseholes for being miserable with our comparatively brilliant lives. And we don’t need anyone confirming our belief that we’re sh*tty people.
If we say there’s no reason or we don’t know, we mean it. We don’t just need to turn on the light) at 2am the next night. It still feels like there’s a lot of stigma around mental illness and we’re scared of being judged. All easier said than done when your brain’s telling you to stay in bed in the dark and never, ever leave your room.
Read More (Health Day News) -- A person with generalized anxiety disorder describes someone who worries excessively, often making it difficult to get through the day.
The website says physical symptoms of generalized anxiety disorder include: Significant and unexplained fatigue.
"While the absolute risk of any one anger episode triggering a heart attack is low, our data demonstrates that the danger is real and still there," said... 14, 2015 (Health Day News) -- Depression, sleep problems and behavioral changes can show up before signs of memory loss in people who go on to develop Alzheimer's disease, a new study suggests.