Hating how anxiety gets in the way of chances

I didn't ask for this I don't really need this either. Oh but my anxiety ruined whatever potential I thought I knew was there. Anytime you'd look my way I turned away because my only conclusion is a negative conclusion but you kept doing it. Stolen glances with no smiles to give anything any signification of what those stolen glances meant. And now that I've gone all I have is this heavy void in my heavy heart, headaches of overthinking of the what ifs and regret oh so much regret of not pushing myself to move because what I felt was new. a pinch in my heart and shivers down my body if only I knew what it would like to have you.

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  • To the commenters below, the literal definition of anxiety is "a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome." So to tell someone who experiences anxiety at times to just not be anxious is like telling an alcoholic to just stop drinking. It sounds easy from the standpoint of someone who does not experience anxiety, but some people just need reassuring before making a decision. And to address the poster, you know the meaning behind those stolen glances :)

  • Before u go out hav a good swig from the whisky bottle then u wont giv a f*** if the sun set n the east r west

  • I agree with the person below!! You can't let anxiety control you in any way you have to at least get back up 10,000 times and beat it every time. Regret is probably worser than anxiety itself go tell the person if you let it out And face your feelings you'll feel better even if that person has someone new or not they'll know go on and tell them what are you waiting for ? They are probably dying for you to say something ...

  • Oh please...tell him or her!

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