Sindee Gozansky

When it’s hard to admit you’re struggling with anxiety


Are you one of those people who seem to have it all together? You’re the life of the party, always happy and smiling, but on the inside you’re struggling? Most of the time, no one can tell. You’re pretty good at pretending to be someone you’re not, so everything seems great on the outside. But it’s exhausting.


It’s not easy living a life that you don’t feel is authentic. You constantly doubt yourself and wonder who you really are.


You’re successful at work, you see friends, you’re a good enough parent most days. But this is just on the surface. Underneath it all, you’re barely keeping your head above water.


What people don’t see is you second guessing everything. “Who am I? What do I want in life? Why does anything matter?” Often, these are questions that keep you up at night. They’re also the kind of questions that you can’t seem to find answers to. And so, instead of finding answers, you just feel anxious all the time.


It feels like everything is just one big juggling act and you’re constantly dropping balls. Your big worry is that one day it will all come crashing down and everyone will see that you’re not as put together as they thought.


It’s hard to keep up the act all the time, but you do it because you don’t want people to know the truth. You don’t want them to see how much you’re struggling. But eventually, it all catches up with you.


If you’re struggling with anxiety and self-doubt, you’re not alone. It’s normal to feel like this at times, but if it’s something that’s affecting your everyday life, it might be time to seek help from a therapist.


When we open up and share our feelings, anxiety can decrease. This is because we’re no longer bottling everything up inside. It can be scary to share your innermost thoughts with others, but doing so can help you feel better.


Support from a therapist can help you learn to cope with the anxiety and express your true identity without fear of what others think. This can be a huge weight off of your shoulders, and allow you to live a happier life.


And it can be hard to admit that you’re struggling because it feels like you’re admitting that you’re weak. But there’s nothing wrong with admitting that you need help. You’ve put up with not feeling like yourself for long enough. And you’re still not coming up with the answers to those questions that keep you awake at night, so why keep doing it alone?


If you’re struggling, don’t be afraid to seek help from a therapist. It could be the best decision you ever make. A therapist can provide you with the tools and support you need to manage your anxiety and live a happy, fulfilling life.


If anxiety and self-doubt are holding you back from living your best life, don’t suffer in silence. Seek out professional help so you can learn to manage your anxiety and get back in touch with your true self and purpose.


Trust me, it’s a sign of strength to seek help because it shows that you’re willing to face your problems head on. And that’s the first step to living life in a way that’s authentically true to you.


What are your thoughts? Do you struggle with anxiety and self-doubt? Have you sought professional help? Share your experiences in the comments below.


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