Anonymous asked:
Do you think it's cowardly to avoid the things that give you anxiety? I feel like I coward when I don't face my fears even when they cause my worst panic attacks.

backshelfpoet:

  • It is not cowardly to take care of yourself.
  • It is not cowardly to want to avoid things that make you upset.
  • It is not cowardly to not confront your anxiety.

Testing your limits and boundaries is good! It can help you grow and mature as a person! But you have the right to stay away from things that trigger you and don’t listen to anyone who tells you otherwise.

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That’s why I’m so harsh, because I’m so sensitive.
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jerkidiot:

my mom always throws old clothes that she has nothing to do with in my closet, and whenever i call her out on it, she says “i have never done that, all of the clothes in your closet are yours”

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are you sure mom

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are you sure these are my clothes


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