I suffered from what Ramit Sethi calls the unique snowflake syndrome. Wherein I believed that my form of stress and anxiety was so unique that no remedy or piece of advice would ever work
Catastrophe Checklist: The Simple Art of Navigating Stress
Benjamin Foley

When I find myself in this spot, I like to say that I’m “Chronically/Terminally Unique.” My friends are quick to point out that I’m “Chronically/Terminally Unique” just like the rest of them. Touché, good sir.

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