AN ANXIOUS MOMENT

Today i set off not anxious at all. Waiting to get on the bus in my electric wheelchair with Mum to go have lunch my head filled with fear.

I had been on a bus in my self propelling wheelchair and had no problems but because my mobility in my arms have been affected too i have to start using a electric powerchair instead.

It was the anticipation of would i be able to get on and off without feeling like I’m gonna fall out of it…I’m in control as mum can’t push this one. I knew there was people there to help but i don’t want to always need help i want my independence.

Well i managed to control the anxiety in the end and I’m proud i can tick it off as something i wanted to be able to do.

I am seriously thinking about writing a anxiety book as i have had 18 years battling it.

Who would be interested if i published it?

Thanks for stopping by

Til next time

6 thoughts on “AN ANXIOUS MOMENT

  1. I’m glad everything went well! Any changes with my routines like that and my anxiety goes off the walls, it’s always nice to overcome it and show it who’s boss. Also, I’d totally read a book about anxiety from you. I love reading things from other anxious people 🙂

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    • It has ruled my life for too long and I’m sorry you suffer with it too. I will make that my goal in the new year to write and publish a book on my anxiety 😁 xx

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      • I’m excited to see how it turns out, I’m sure it’ll be great! I’ve only just discovered your blog and I’ve been loving reading it, so I’m pumped.

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      • Ahhh you are so very sweet. Thank you for reading through my blog it means alot. I wish you all the best with yours xxx

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