I shouldn’t feel scared that I’m woozy. I shouldn’t have to do things at the last minute. I shouldn’t be a procrastinator. I should be having fun putting costumes together.
If it’s an old Presbyterian church, you’d better go with business casual — but if its a young and weirdly-named non-denominational church, you should dress like Mark Zuckerburg does at the office.
My extra copy of ADHD According to Zoë has found a welcome home.
Want a copy for free? I’ve got an extra one that’s looking for a good home. (Even if that home is a bit cluttered and disorganized like mine.)
Inattentiveness is a huge problem for me. I can only play the chicken-or-egg game for so long – does the anxiety make me distractible, or does my distractibility make me anxious? – before I throw my hands up in frustration.
Buzzfeed’s “24 Comics That Capture The Frustration Of Anxiety Disorders” resonated with my panicky self. Which comic most aptly describes your own experience with anxiety or panic?