REBLOG: 12 Ways Your Friendships Are Different When You Have Anxiety – Holly Riordan

Reblog from Holly Riordan from Thought Catalog Everyone deals with anxiety differently — but this has been my experience Unsplash / Aj Alao 1. There is always a part of you wondering whether you are annoying. But you don’t want to keep asking whether you are annoying because you know the question alone can be annoying. 2. You overthink texts. It … More REBLOG: 12 Ways Your Friendships Are Different When You Have Anxiety – Holly Riordan

REBLOG: 10 Powerful Reminders For When You Start Comparing Yourself To Other People -Nikita Gill

I wanted to share this reminder ❤ 10 Powerful Reminders For When You Start Comparing Yourself To Other People By Nikita Gill, February 16th 2018 God and Man Your heart beats approximately 104,000 times in a day and each one of those heartbeats is far too valuable to waste on comparing yourself to another. You were given your … More REBLOG: 10 Powerful Reminders For When You Start Comparing Yourself To Other People -Nikita Gill

REBLOG: 37 Good Questions To Ask If You Want To Get Vulnerable With Someone You Love (or blog friends!!)

Hello friends & happy Monday! I am feeling a bit uninspired today so I took a peek around one of my favorite blogs – Thought Catalog for an article to share with all of you fabulous people! However, I stumbled across this questionnaire and felt it would be perfect to reblog! “37 Good Questions To Ask … More REBLOG: 37 Good Questions To Ask If You Want To Get Vulnerable With Someone You Love (or blog friends!!)

Re-Blog: Anxiety Makes Me Want To Apologize For Absolutely Everything, by: Kristin Corley (Thought Catalog)

Good morning friends 🙂 While drinking my morning coffee and settling in before catching up on your comments and blogs, I came across this lovely article that just hits home and I had to share it! With that being said, I must say that I just love Thought Catalog’s site/blog? Specifically articles by Kristin Corley … More Re-Blog: Anxiety Makes Me Want To Apologize For Absolutely Everything, by: Kristin Corley (Thought Catalog)