Been there, I know it's hard to believe it, but there are people who care, who want to listen and help. I've found this to be a really good article for my worst moments. https://www.metanoia.org/***e/ <3 <3
I get it. We can all relate. We all have moments when we're feeling overwhelmed with all the thoughts and strong emotions that stir inside. Sounds like you're just craving a bit of clarity and peace right now. Hoping you find that still point.
Please, get help, immediatly. You're not 'nobody' and you are not here by mistake. You have a purpose and meaning. You really do, even if it's hard to believe at the moment. Please, get help <3. If you don't have strenght to do that, is there...
...anyone who could do that with you?
Don't say that. There's for sure someone love you and care about you. Don't see through the darkness of your feelings. Stay strong kaitlin
Do you really feel that way?
Try to find someone to talk to. People care about you...reach out to a friend or family member, or talk to a professional. As hard as that is to do, it helps!
Sorry you are so distessed Kaitlin. Don't think you are a waste of space
You're not a waste of space. You're just someone in a bad place right now but you exist for a reason. Hope things get better for you soon xx
When my students suffer anxiety attacks, we start with deep breathing for 5-15m depending on the severity. This cl
Hey Kaitlin, you're gonna be just fine, don't worry, these things pass. Firstly, get somewhere with other people, don't have to be friends, but just where there are other people around you. Secondly, text/call a close friend to say you're feeling ill
hopefully they'll come see you now or at some point today, you can tell them then what's happened or if you'd rather, just keep saying you feel unwell. Dizzy, headache, etc.
Hope you're okay
this calms the sympathetic nervous system and helps elicit the relaxation response.
The Breathe Well app is free and can help guide you. Brea
Breathing should be diaphragmatic, belly should rise and fall. Often, when people are anxious, they suspend breath, breath from the chest, or breath is fast and shallow.
So, with proper breathing, you're slowing breath and heart rate. Another suggestion is to move. Some people can't sit still when they're highly anxious. So, a walk, run, may help. Not sure if you're in a situation where you can do this, but high inte
high intensity interval training may take edge off. You'll find quick 5-20m h.i.i.t exercises on YouTube. A third common suggestion is to call a friend or family member to help talk you down. A fourth strategy is to reorient your attention.
Find something engaging and put your mind on that.
Hope this helps. It works with some students who have severe anxiety on anxiolytics.
I usually use 5-4-3-2-1 technique. https://www.google.rs/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwiS1qiaotvUAhVFnBoKHcVwDkIQFgglMAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.therapistsb.com%2Fblog%2Fpost%2F5-4-3-2-1-coping-technique&usg=AFQjCNGf
I also try focuring on something - for example details about some picture or something... It's very hard to focus when having panic attacks, but once you manage it, it helps.
Sorry to hear that Kaitlin. Sounds really hard for you at the moment. I hope the feeling of hurt changes soon.
I find doing random acts of kindness helps with these sort of thoughts.