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If your anxiety is anything like mine, it shows up when I slow down.
I’m a doer. Arguably an overachiever.
An acclaimed perfectionist. 🤷🏻♀️
So when I plan (yes plan haha) to have a morning in bed, sometimes it doesn’t feel as luxurious as it sounded in my head.
There’s a guilt that shows up that I’m not out there getting after it.
Sometimes the things and thoughts that passed by unconsciously in the prior days, surface to trigger in the moments of being.
Have you noticed that sometimes when you slow down it actually invites anxiety?
Or that maybe you keep doing and achieving to avoid what comes up in the stillness?
Sometimes anxiety shows up late. Meaning there is often a delay between trigger and sensation.
Sometimes when you step outside your daily go, your feelings and thoughts catch up to you when you pause.
Sometimes we continue trying to outrun anxiety, uncomfortable feelings, and negative thoughts, but it only feeds them.
No matter how quick we are. No matter how perfect we try to be. If we don’t slow down and face the uncomfortable it will show up and it will fester.
I promise though, when we face the anxiety, it will never be anywhere near as big as it tells us it is.
Anxiety is certainly lying about that.
So today, I’m going to stay in bed a little longer. I’m going to feel the guilt of being too lazy and not productive, reframe those thoughts and feelings, to then RELEASE them so I can turn off & enjoy the Eff outta my bed✨
Margaret Fuller was an American journalist, editor, critic, and women's rights advocate associated with the American transcendentalism movement. She was the first full-time American female book reviewer in journalism.