The dreaded path may come with certain kinds of challenges that you may likely want to avoid because you think you are not strong enough to handle them. Or it could be that that path doesn't appear so fanciful. When you find yourself in a dilemma, just commit all to God and let Him lead you. There'll be no regrets if you follow.
You need to find #peace within to make it through the chaos of this world.....
The strongest people are those who've mastered the #art of remaining calm.
You'd never actually get anything done with #fear and #panic.
Don't let the chaos of the world get to you, set your #goals with a clear mind and #achieve them all.
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INCUBO 🎃 #creepypasta
Ti svegli, hai sentito un rumore provenire dalla cucina. Non ci dai troppo peso e torni a dormire. Poco dopo senti qualcosa rompersi, a questo punto, spaventato, ma curioso, vai in cucina.
La porta è socchiusa e la luce è accesa. Vedi qualcuno muoversi all'interno. Spingi la porta e vedi tua madre frugare nel cassetto dei coltelli. Ti siedi e appoggi la testa sul tavolo. Lei ti passa una mano tra i capelli e ti chiede se va tutto bene.
Tu le rispondi di si, ti eri solo spaventato nel sentire quei rumore e ora sei stanco, quindi torni a letto. Ti alzi senza far troppo rumore. Prima di tornare in camera, come tua solita abitudine, guardi nella stanza dei tuoi. Nel letto oltre a tuo padre, vedi tua madre che sta dormendo.
Ti svegli tutto sudato nel letto,per fortuna era solo un incubo. Cerchi di calmarti. Ti convinci che è solo la tua immaginazione. Torni a dormire.
Poco dopo qualcosa distruba il tuo sonno: hai sentito qualcosa rompersi in cucina... ~ @HorrorItalia ~
I have stepped out of my comfort zone so so much this year... if you told me a year ago that I’d be starting my own business, becoming my own boss... I’d laugh and say “sure” 😂 because this is soemthing I’ve dreamt of.. so I took a step out of my comfort zone and thought what have I got to lose? Nothing at all!! #thankful#neverlookingback#proud
To many people settle in their lives.. in their jobs, relationships, location, minds, body.. and they stay there!! Because they are comfortable they feel safe. BUT being comfortable does not satisfy most of us!! That’s why some people to crazy, out of character things 🤪 Think of the position you are in now, imagine how you could grow and challenge yourself, think of your happiness! If your not in the right spot CHANGE IT! 🙌🏻⚡️ life begins at the end of our comfort zone, so train yourself to do something that scares you everyday and follow your heart before your mind! 💛⚡️
--Small Vent-- Uhhh... I've been having a lot of personal problems on my mind.
I'm bothered by the fact that I can't mend broken wounds, broken bonds; feel like broken bones.
I don't know what to do. I keep thinking about my second ex-girlfriend, feel the need to be loved, to become dependent. I wish I knew if she was okay or not, despite what she did.
I told my first ex-girlfriend about this and she told me to message her, and I'm afraid she won't reply back. Such an innocent, friendly, peaceful, harmless message, yet it scares me.
I care, even if she blocks me or hurts me. I don't wish to become her friend again unless fate wills it, but I just want to know if she is happy.
The person I once loved feels like the Devil and I can't help but be afraid. I'm so sorry.
I dreamt of her one night and I woke up a bit panicked. Hhh...
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The goal for today’s bouldering session was to complete a level blue climb. Mission accomplished !
Prior to this, I sat around for a while feeling intimidated by all the better climbers around me.
Never let fear hold you captive.
We’re honored to share Ep1 on IGTV ❤️
Learn how to be Brave in face of Fear ✊
Thank you to all who Loved ❤️
and Believed In Us ❤️🙏❤️
We couldn’t find Self Love....
And now We can Love Others ❤️🙏❤️
Thank You for You 😋🙏❤️
We Love You ❤️
Dont be afraid of the consequencea of failure. Most people stay close to the ground, where it’s safe. If they fall, it won’t hurt that bad. But when you choose to fly high, the fall may kill you. And you’re OK with that. To you, there is no ceiling and there is no floor. It’s all in your head. If something goes wrong , if you “fail” - you adjust and keep going.
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@koswizz suggested I do a thing on dealing with panic attacks. So I tried to draw a panic attack.
The problem is they don't really fit any one description.
They can look like/include: angry outbursts, tearful outbursts, withdrawing and silence, shakes, sickness, severe brain fog, dissasociation, running away, fighting...
So here's one for how those supporing the person suffering a panic attack. Be gentle.
Some tips, for once a panic attack is in full swing:
1-Try to stay calm. This can be tricky if the sufferer is having an angry reaction, but remember they are reacting this way because their brains have entered fight or flight mode. This is the equivalent of a frightened animal biting or growling.
(If the sufferer is inconsolable and posing a potential threat, reassure them (see 4), and leave their space until they've burned out a bit.)
2-Try to keep questioning to a minimum. We have a LOT going on in our heads and making us think about explaining it or anything else will likely add to the overload were experiencing.
3-Get a drink, hot or cold but preferably not coffee. The temperature change will help to distract our brains from the panicking. And hydration is important.
4-Reassurance is also important. If you need to leave, to make drinks or whatever, reassure us that you'll be back and things are okay. As quite often an attack can spiral if we start believing we're a burden or someone's angry with us.
5-And finally, try to be aware of exits and try not to block them. This may seem silly but like a frightened animal, we can feel cornered or trapped. Even if you're just blocking the clear path put of our chair.
The best way of tackling a panic attack is obviously to try and avoid one in the first place. Learning to spot the signs of an incoming panic can be a huge help.
Is there anything you'd like others to know when someone close to them is having a panic attack?