Real-life Anxiety


If you are struggling with anxiety, it can be an isolating experience, but you are not alone. 

Here we explore other people's stories and experiences. The testimonies of those who have themselves experienced anxiety open our hearts and eyes to the possibility of recovery and help us know we really are not alone.

Facts, figures and manuals are all very well at teaching us about anxiety, but what we have here is more real, more personal and can connect on a deeper level. Most people we discuss here are not doctors or scholars, they are people who really know what it is like to live with anxiety.

Along with the personal stories in this section, or blogs are a great place to find real-life experiences and also a place to get involved and reply to posts about anxiety. We hope you will enjoy engaging with us and experience hope through other sufferers and survivors.


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