Dear Anxiety

Dear Anxiety,

I know that we’ve been best friends now for awhile, but it’s time for you to leave. I have gotten over your shenanigans. You’re no longer the joke of the party. We’ve been through so much together. we went through so many school changes. Although you’ve been a great guest in my life you were horrible to live with. You were only supposed to visit but you had decided to stay and move into my head while I was trying to straighten up for the man in my life. You made me think that no one was ever going to like me fo rwho I am. while this is true for some of the people in my life. It’s not true for all of the people in my life.

You my dear friend have been a complication in my life. You haven’t been a really good friend lately. You’ve told me so many lies lately that I’ve believed that I must evict you from my life. Our relationship has become toxic for me but great for you. I can’t physically or mentally keep this relationship up any longer. It’s physically draining and stressful for me. It’s mentally exhausting. I can do nothing to please you. You’re like my dad. Both of you drain me, get me worked up, demean me, and mentally exhaust me. I’m afraid to go out in public by myself because I’m afraid that I’m going to have a panic attack from hell.

I don’t wan to be the guy that you hate for the rest of your life, but I have to evict you from my life for my own well being. I care about you and hope you find a new home that isn’t in someone I care about. I can’t handle you anymore and things have gotten out of control between us. I mean we fight and argue about everything. There is nothing more that you can teach me and vice versa. I have taught you how to handle your own out in this big bad world. now it’s time for you to move on with your life and for me to move on with mine. I have a husband that loves me for me. I have a mother-in-law and father-in-law that care about me. I don’t need you to butt your way in to these relationships now. so this is your final notice you’re evicted. Good bye, ciao, and adios old friend.



5 thoughts on “Dear Anxiety

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s