Tag: generalized anxiety disorder
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How does anxiety effect the brain? Are there any long term side effects? We ask an expert psychologist for the answers.
— Read on www.glamourmagazine.co.uk/article/anxiety-in-the-brain
Oh my gosh, oh my gosh, oh my gosh! I got a new job! I got offered the job yesterday during the interview. It’s for a learning center teaching job (I wanna say it’s more of tutoring job) where I will be able to perform duties such as:
- Preparing for each instructional session; Gathers and prepares materials as appropriate
- Evaluating and recording the progress of each student on their program assignment
- Managing students, tasks and time to create a balanced and robust instructional session
It starts at $12, but that’s fine, because at least I will be able to practice my teaching skills. But what’s even better is that I got this job before the school year ended this week. I was so worried because I was afraid I wasn’t going to get a job before the end of this month. I feared of being homeless again. I didn’t want to relieve what I went through last year living in my car especially during the upcoming summer months (it’s already hot right now, but it’s going to get worse). I don’t want to roaming to place to place looking for places to park my car.
I’ve been putting in applications since January of this and NONE of the jobs contacted me for an interview. I was wondering what did I put or put down for me not to be employable? I mean…I have 7 years of customers service skills under my belt. Yes it’s been AWHILE since I’ve worked at such jobs, but it’s not hard to do. Anyways, a couple weeks ago, I got called for an interview for another job I wanted, but I didn’t get it (which is fine because it was only for the summer).
Let me tell you… the thought of NOT getting that job, the ONLY job which contacted me for an interview… was heartbreaking. I couldn’t sleep, couldn’t eat, the fear of my landlady kicking me out of my room haunted my thoughts. And like it wasn’t bad enough, I gained weight (due to stress; not eating)! I was bloated! When I’m anxious/stressed I tend to develop a lot of gas, most of it going to my stomach, making me look (as students have told me) pregnant. But after I received the good news of getting interviewed at the job I have now and getting hired on the spot…I let out a BIG burp! In fact, I gave TWO big burps. I was THAT stressed out and I could’ve sworn my stomach got smaller after that.
I got my needs met which was to be financially stable. Without that, my anxiety disorder and depressive disorder will worsen. But now it looks like I can take a breather (for now) and just focus on the upcoming training I’ll be able to partake in. Finally…I’ll be able to sleep with a peace of mind.
A woman with anxiety shares why her condition makes her believe isolating herself is the answer.
— Read on themighty.com/2017/09/anxiety-isolation/
During a candid conversation with Carson Daly on NBC News’ TODAY, Pink said anxiety is the \
— Read on www.usatoday.com/story/life/people/2019/04/25/pink-gets-real-mental-health-anxiety-couples-counseling/3578037002/