this week was bus

this week, I had a busy week. I had my psychologist appointment which went very well. We talked about how to manage my anxiety. And she told me I should process one thing at a time. She said that will make my life less stressfu

today, I had my mobility training I enjoyed that. I need to get better with my confidence though because that will help me when travelling by myself.
before the training, I had a lot of worries. Mostly about my epilepsy, I know I shouldn’t worry about that. But I can’t help it. It’s rather frustrating. I should think, it’s not going to happen, and if it does, I can’t control it. But I can’t seem to think like that. Hopefully one day I’ll get better. I was also considering trying some anxiety medication. But I’m not sure about that, some of them can be addictive. And I don’t want to rely on a pill to make me better. I would like to do therapy, as well comma if I do decide to take medication.
Sorry for all the spelling errors.
thanks for reading.

One thought on “this week was bus

  1. Seizures for me are very scary. They make me feel helpless and vulnerable and come on quickly. Sometimes i will just think I am nauseous or dizzy and not realize I am about to have a seizure. They are small partial petite seizures. I have only had one grand mal seizure. Anti anxiety meds I sometimes take are valium because it will stop a seizure and also it helps my muscles because I have a muscle disease.
    Just found your blog thanks to a friend of yours angellic23

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