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5 Constructive Things I Do When My Anxiety Skyrockets

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A few years ago, I was driving with my dad to New Hampshire.

I confided in him that I noticed in myself nervous and paranoid tendencies than my grandma has.

My grandma has always been anxious, and her mind could quickly go from “normal event” to “absolute catastrophe.”




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