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Growing up, I was prone to anxiety.
Anxiety is the gap between now and later.
Anxiety is the essential condition of intellectual and artistic creation and everything that is finest in human history.
Anxiety is the fear of one's self.
I don't know what anxiety is like anymore.
There is always a state of anxiety, of searching and delving for style.
Worry pretends to be necessary but serves no useful purpose
If you have an anxiety lay it down before The Lord
Tense and nervous are not the words, though they are the words
Expectant. My chest bumps like a dryer with shoes in it. I compose what I project will be seen as a
their anxiety, justified or not, was genuine,
I hold onto the Scripture that says, 'Be anxious for nothing, but in all things give thanks.' I'm not saying I don't have problems or that I don't worry, but I try not to be stressed. I manage my anxiety through prayer. Worry shows up on your face, and I don't want that!
We are, perhaps uniquely among the earth's creatures, the worrying animal. We worry away our lives, fearing the future, discontent with the present, unable to take the idea of dying, unable to sit still.
Worry is like a squatter: it sneaks in and tries to stay without paying rent! Serve it eviction papers! HS/el
If I'm put in a situation where I am not really sure what's going to happen, it can be overwhelming. I get a bit anxious.
Anxiety is the fear that one of a pair of opposites might cancel the other. Forever.
Anxiety is an extension of the dynamics of fear. It's the feeling of fear without an awareness of the object of your fear. All you know is that you're fearful, but you can't specify exactly what you are afraid of. You just worry about everything.
Worry worships the words of the enemy
Mere anxiety is the source of everything
Anxiety is the greatest evil that can befall a soul, except sin. God commands you to pray, but He forbids you to worry.
We become anxious when we take a godlike stance, occupying ourselves with things too great for us.
I didn't know why this was happening. The cruel reality of anxiety is that you never quite do. At the moments it should logically strike, I am fit as a fiddle. On a lazy afternoon, I am seized by a cold dread.
Worry is a morbid anticipation of events which never happen.
Clearly, being anxious is a full-time and rather exhausting occupation.
Too excited to be genuinely happy
What does your anxiety do? It does not empty tomorrow of its sorrow, but it empties today of its strength. It does not make you escape the evil; it makes you unfit to cope with it if it comes.
Anxiety is the handmaiden of contemporary ambition.
confusion is the mian cause of worry
Worry is a waste of emotional reserve".
I think I'm prone to panic.
fear, worry, and anxiety have useful roles to play in our lives.
Never will there be a shortage of reasons for anxiety, whether born of happiness or misery; life will press on its way from one pursuit to another; leisure will never be enjoyed, though the prayer is constantly on our lips.
How do you feel?'
Scared,' she said. 'Really scared.'
But you don't look it.'
I feel I'm shivering inside.
Worry is the product of feverish imagination working under the stimulus of desires ... It is a necessary resultant of attachment to the past or to the anticipated future, and it always persists in some form or other until the mind is completely detached from everything.
I'm scared of the future. I'm scared of the past. I'm nervous at the moment.
Every invention comes through anxiousness.
Worry often gives a small thing a big shadow.
Worry is heavy weight.
Worry is a cycle of inefficient thoughts whirling around a center of fear.
Has someone or something pushed your anxiety button? Answer it with prayer!
Worry is spiritual nearsightedness, a fumbling way of looking at little things, and of magnifying their value.
I was too apathetic to be bored or anxious. Boredom and anxiety were the neurotic cousins of concern; they implied wishes. I had no wishes or wants. I didn't even want dope. I only needed it.
Uncommon anxiety came to us in common hours when other people were doing mundane things like taking out the trash or checking their phones. But there was nothing to be done for this. We couldn't change who we were or what had happened.
If you want to be anxious today, pretend you're in control.
I want to be good all the time, so I feel anxious. But if you weren't like that, you'd be dead, wouldn't you? If you went out happy down the road, la la la. I've never been like that. I don't want to be.
Worry is a mean-faced dwarf who beats on your heart like a kettledrum.
Worry is nothing less than the misuse of your imagination
Ours is a time of anxiety because we have willed it to be so. Our anxiety is not imposed on us by force from outside. We impose it on our world and upon one another from within ourselves.
Anxiety must go. It must be replaced by faith and solemn confidence in the outworking of the divine plan.
Anxiety is the rust of life, destroying its brightness and weakening its power. A childlike and abiding trust in Providence is its best preventive and remedy.
Anxiety, the illness of our time, comes primarily from our inability to dwell in the present moment.
Okay, I'll just jump right out and say it. I have anxiety issues.
Window. I felt anxious and
When you're anxious, don't immediately trust your automatic thoughts because oftentimes these thoughts are irrational. Thoughts are not facts. They're just thoughts and sometimes don't need to be given so much importance.
Learning to know anxiety is an adventure which every man has to affront if he would not go to perdition either by not having known anxiety or by sinking under it. He therefore who has leaned rightly to be in anxiety has learned the most important thing.
People who never get anxious always amaze me. The world could be breaking up, and they're saying, 'Everything's fine!'
Worry is a state of mind based on fear.
Worry is a progressive disease that ruins one's life
As a teenager I was very anxious. I had a lot of energy and passion that I wanted to channel into creative things, and I always felt like I wasn't achieving enough.
In anxiety, however, we are threatened without knowing what steps to take to meet the danger. Anxiety is the feeling of being "caught," "overwhelmed"; and instead of becoming sharper, our perceptions generally become blurred or vague.
When you're very anxious, you end up trapped in your head all the time - the prison without walls. Your
The way to be anxious about nothing is to be prayerful about everything.
Be aware of anxiety. Next to sin, thee is nothing that so troubles the mind, stains the heart, distresses the soul, and confuses the judgment.
Whenever you make a big decision in life, at least any decision
where you have a viable alternative, there is an inevitable uneasy aftermath.
Anxiety is merely a sign that you're taking something seriously.
When I'm nervous, I know I care about something - you should be nervous about things that you want.
Worry is accepting responsibility God never intended you to have.
Anxiety is the handmaiden of creativity
Anxiety does not empty tomorrow of its sorrows, but only empties today of its strength.
Today worrying means to be occupied and preoccupied with many things, while at the same time being bored, resentful, depressed, and very lonely.
Do I not know anxiety, though I go about well-dressed, and have food enough? Oh, Bessy, God is just, and our lots are well portioned out by Him, although none but He knows the bitterness of our souls.
Worry is the last infirmity of the weak-minded.
The only way I can describe the extent of my anxiety is to say that I felt as if I were pregnant with a rock.
Worry is simply thinking the same thing over and over again and not doing anything about it.
Worry is forethought gone to seed.
Reasons for anxiety will never be lacking, whether born of prosperity or of wretchedness; life pushes on in a succession of engrossments. We shall always pray for leisure, but never enjoy it.
I don't worry. I'm more stoical. Of course I have insecurities. I fear getting older. I fear death and illness. I'm not prone to depression, but I get depressed because everybody gets depressed. Suddenly I'm away from my family or doing a job I'm not enjoying.
Anxiety is the natural result when our hopes are centered in anything short of God and His will.
Anxiety is unable to relax in the face of chaos; continuous prayer clings to the Father in the face of chaos.
Anxiety and fear are like baby tigers: The more you feed them, the stronger they grow.
Unhappy is a nice word.
Worry is to joy what a Hoover vacuum cleaner is to dirt: might as well attach your heart to a happiness-sucker and flip the switch.
Worry is like a rocking chair-it keeps you busy but gets you nowhere.
Worry is a form of fear.
I wanted to call you, but I find myself feeling ... awkward when it comes to you."
"'Awkward' is the word du jour," I agreed. "So, I make you nervous?"
"Not quite nervous," he said. "Just unsettled."
I wriggled my eyebrows and inched a little closer to him. "Unsettled, that's even better.
Worrying is like a dominoes effect, that rolls from one day into the next, into a week, a month, a year;
never accomplishing anything but stress, until it hits that last tile, which drops unfulfilled to an empty ground.
Despite its maddeningly vague, inarticulate form, anxiety is almost always trying to tell you something useful and apposite.
Worry is the cross which we make for ourselves by over anxiety.
Anxiety is the normality of our age,
Worry is a cloud which rains destruction.
Worry is a misuse of your imagination.
She must be willing to feel anxious sometimes, otherwise she might as well have stayed in the nest. Sometimes
Worry is the darkroom in which negatives can develop.
I'm totally an anxious mess all the time. There's a constant dialogue going on in my brain, and it's just reminding me of all the failures that I have had, and all of the things I need to do, and all of the things I'm not doing good enough.
When there's people on the other side of the room trying to wipe out your life and things are stacked against you, you can get nervous.
Worry leads to worry.
Worry drains the mind of its power and, sooner or later, it injures the soul
It is a fact - I say this from experience - that being severely anxious is depressing. Anxiety can impede your relationships, impair your performance, constrict your life, and limit your possibilities.
Worry is fear in disguise. And fear will eat you from the inside out if you let it.