I was scared about talking about it. I get scared facing how much I do actually miss you, so I avoid it, so it doesn 't get communicated, so you think I don 't miss you. and I 'm tired of being scared about this. I came close to slamming my head against a stone today, and it occurred to me then that that could have killed me. or as good as.
Soon, I learned different approaches to deal with these migraines that would help me deal with my post-concussion effects for the rest of my life. It was the fall season of basketball; when my team had been playing against an inner city school. The team was very aggressive, especially the girl I had been guarding. The other team was losing; it was towards half time when I was running
While this was expected, my emotional and mental health also took a toll. I was drained and overwhelmed after the continual spew of information from the doctors. The feelings of sickness and worry was making it hard to do much of anything, especially when at school. It was evident that constantly thinking about the problems that could arise was not helping me complete everything that had to be done. My life continued to spiral as I struggled to keep up with my physical and emotional health on top of the mountain of work expected from me.
children, was difficult. As an adolescent and young adult, I felt unable to be carefree and struggled to open up to others, as most people my age were able to do. After I got married and had my daughter, I was terrified to drive and get involved in activities with her in case I had a low blood sugar, as I would have to pull off the road and couldn’t tend to her adequately. Highway driving became a nightmare. It made me feel out of control and inadequate.
I was ashamed of my illness and despised the stares I got at school. The stares soon turned into bullying. Middle school can be a grueling time for preteens and being bullied for something I have no control of only made it harder. I did not think that there was anything that could help until I took the initiative to educate
In the beginning of high school, I made the poor decision to hang out with people who did not love God. They were bad influences and I suffered deeply mentally. I had anxiety and panic attacks during my freshmen year due to constantly feeling
This is the longest stage of Alzheimer`s and may last for many years. At this point, the person with Alzheimer`s will start getting frustrated and start showing signs of angry emotions quickly. Individuals are more apt to show unexpected behaviors, such as refusing to take a shower or eat. Since Alzheimer`s is caused by damage to the nerve cells in the brain, it makes it difficult to perform daily routines and express thoughts. Noticeable symptoms may include, forgetfulness of personal information, confusion about their location, difficulty choosing the proper clothing, difficulty controlling their bladder, problems sleeping or changes in their sleep pattern, risk of wandering off and getting lost, and suspicion and delusional
I always thought that I was “too awkward” and that I wouldn’t be able to “fit in.” Keeping to myself and to a few friends would be the best option for me. Or so I thought. Over the years, I had let many opportunities pass in fear of being different. My choices left me with regret to the point that all I can think about is how I should’ve said yes.
In addition, I often preferred to play alone and didn’t have many friends. In grade-school, other children made a boycott on me, and in high-school I had more than one incident where I was humiliated by other children. These are possible causes for my social anxiety. I recall that my anxiety was context-dependent (consider changing/adding). Psychoanalytic/dynamic Conceptualization