A Great Experience (One Year On WordPress)

So while anxiety is never a good feeling and is something that I definitely don’t enjoy, I am happy that I chose to write this blog. I have officially been on WordPress now for a year and would like to talk about what I am grateful for when it comes to writing this blog.

1.) I am grateful for being able to interact with people that also find themselves struggling with anxiety (Mary, Elle, Izzy, Becky, etc). You guys have not only helped me realize that I am not alone in my struggles, but you have given me advice as well. Mary, you have helped me so much and you even inspired me to write this post stating why am so happy I started this blog. Thank you to everybody who has supported me in my fight against anxiety.

2.) I am also grateful that I started this blog because it has assisted me in realizing what helps me get through anxiety and just how important it is to practice consistently.

3.) I’ve also enjoyed helping others and before I started this blog, I didn’t realize just how helpful sharing my experiences would be.

Since it would be a lot of writing to list everyone I “follow”, I suggest that you all go to the top of my blog and see who I am following. These are some of the people who have helped me with my anxiety and have been there for me, even if it wasn’t in person. I am grateful for all of these people. Thank you.

Additionally, I hope reading this post will remind everyone the importance of practicing consistently and knowing that you are not alone in your struggles. Also, while you need to be careful when it comes to who you trust and be careful that you don’t give out too much information, you should try to find people that you can share your experiences with.

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