Charlie Hoehn’s post came with an open invitation to reblog it, and so I am. Some of what he’s shared sounded familiar.
I have not allowed myself to “play” to have fun and just enjoy life. I am often so locked up inside that I don’t even accomplish the work I should. It is an awful trap to hold yourself back from having fun, because “you should be working.” However, when you’re not even getting the work done, because you are burnt out, then that produces guilt, AND IT IS A VICIOUS CYCLE!
I hope you will take the time to read his post. It has a lot to say about anxiety and the life crushing predicament it can become. I have suffered with agoraphobia for some time. Recently, I have made some strides in healing, and all without drugs. Having read Charlie’s post, I now think that perhaps I need to give myself permission for more “play” in my life, to do things because they are fun, and not just because “I have to.”
How about you? Do you remember how to let go and just play from time to time? 😉
Have a blessed weekend my friends!
UPDATE: As of July 2013, this article is the #1 search result on Google for “how to cure anxiety.” In this post, you will learn about the key breakthrough I had that freed me from my mental prison. More than anything else, this change in how I viewed the world gave me my life back. It’s helped tens of thousands of readers, and I hope it can help you as well.
If you’re interested in reading my short memoir, which includes my weekly schedule and every technique that helped cure my anxiety, click here.
Now… on with the post!
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