Anxiety is officially defined as a mental disorder characterized by feelings of worry, anxiety, or fear that are strong enough to interfere with one’s daily activities. Unfortunately, this definition excludes a lot of other real emotions that those with clinical anxiety experience every day.

Our goal with this website is to shine light on a lot of those other feelings that come with/stem from anxiety. We also hope to provide the resources that you may be looking for, and to help in educating you more about mental health. Anxiety affects millions of people every day and is one of the most common mental illnesses in the United States. Even so, many people feel uncomfortable or awkward while discussing their mental health. Part of this is because there is a large stigma around the topic, in the United States especially. Being able to talk about how you are feeling is a large part of coping with anxiety. This means seeing a counselor or talking to someone that you trust.

The stress that comes in social settings, or feelings of perfectionism, OCD, depression—these are all experienced by those with anxiety and can become really overwhelming. Knowing how to cope with these feelings can mean the difference between having an anxiety in class versus holding it together long enough to get somewhere private. Eventually the panic attack may not happen at all. It all takes time and work and a want to feel better.

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