Another macdonalds trip

I just came back from a trip to Macdonalds. I had a bit of anxiety while waiting for the uber, but since it was 9 minutes away, I didn’t have that much anxiety for that long. The waiting time is always the hardest for me.

I went in with the driver to order it. I noticed I didn’t have as much anxiety, as I had at the cafe when I went in to order the food from there.

From the Macdonalds, I got a cheese burger, fries and a large thick shake. I feel sick from drinking the thick shake too fast though. But apart from that, it was a rather positive  experience.

 

I have made an appointment with a different doctor to see if I can get some anxiety medication. I am going to tell them that I am finding it hard to leave my house on my own, and this in turn doesn’t allow me to live the life I would like. It is also putting a strain on my relationships with others, so something has to be done about it. I am going to tell the doctor that if he doesn’t purscribe me medication, that I want a referral to a psychiatrist, to see if they will help.

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2 thoughts on “Another macdonalds trip

  1. It is so admirable that even though you have the anxiety you still are going out. I have found anxiety to be so paralyzingly at times and knowing I will be out and around people I get very overstimulated. In the last few months I have been going around the block in my wheelchair just to get out and make sure I don’t become or have too much anxiety to leave the house.
    I’ve been reading your blog for an hour or so now so you probably are like, who is this person going through my blog but I wanted to be encouraging and thank you for your insight and blog posts that show courage in the face of anxiety

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