We gotta hang in there -- and it sure isn't easy these days! I'm still looking for a job, so the financial situation is a definite stressor! And, my health issues are taking a toll also because of all the stressors, but, I always try to remind myself, better days ahead and never give up.
My main anxiety is not having enough money to pay my bills. I don't have a steady source of income and won't know about some sources for one to four months from now. I'm renting my daughter's condo and that makes my situation even more stressful. I feel that if I can't make the payment, I am also letting her down.
God grant me the serenity to change the things I can, to accept the things I cannot change, and the wisdom to know the difference.
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When I think about anxiety I always picture in my mind a mother dealing with her kids, a career woman under the pressure of a high responsibility job, a single parent trying to make ends meet amongst medical bills and credit card debt. I do not experience any of those situations, my anxiety lives in my mind, it is an inner source powerful enough to stop me anytime. That's my anxiety.
Edited by: ARI2325 at: 2/26/2013 (22:27)
We spend too much time living in the ‘what if’ and need to learn to live in the ‘what is.’ Rev. Leroy Allison
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