Tag Archives: Anxiety

A Journey Without End

I’ve realised something profound (at least to me). My prevailing feeling, asleep or awake, is that I’m in constant transit, on the way to a destination I’m not quite sure of, trying to make my connections on time, without getting … Continue reading

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Athazagoraphobia

Athazagoraphobia is the fear of being forgotten, ignored, abandoned, or of forgetting, especially if it’s by people you care about deeply. Phobia is a strong word.  It’s that point where a regular fear, which everybody might have, to one degree … Continue reading

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What’s The Opposite of Anxiety?

I read somewhere, recently (perhaps in Seth Godin’s blog) that anxiety is merely experiencing the emotions associated with future, imagined failure, in the present.  That’s an interesting thought.  We don’t seem to have a way of describing the emotional experience … Continue reading

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