- 2 years ago
- Wedding: October 2017
I’m a Scorpio. But I’m also 34. Learning to work through things that make us uncomfortable or bored comes with age, experience, and maturity. Anxiety encourages us to think solely of ourselves almost constantly. Learning to think more of others helped with my own anxiety. How to extend grace to other humans is one of the best things you can learn for your own mental well being.
Someone here asked me if I’m worried he’s going to be sexually assaulted—he was sexually assaulted in a past relationship and as a child by a family friend. I don’t know if that’s the root cause of my anxiety, or if it’s due to something else—I don’t know. I think it’s multiple things. Maybe those incidents he told me about triggered some kind of anxiety in me and has made me on guard about overly eager women who try and talk with him.
but generally people here are saying two things—
one: eat elsewhere, outside of work.
two: I shouldn’t have to worry because my husband has it under control (which I know he does) and worrying about him will not help anyone, but especially not me.
And to everyone asking, I’m not a Scorpio—I’m a Leo, however, for all you interested in Astrology, my rising is Scorpio.
I’m a Scorpio and don’t act like this at all, and I have anxiety.
I have found it helpful. I no longer let anxiety rule my life. It’s still there, but regardless. I try and focus on myself as much as possible. School, the few friends I have, self-care, and to not be afraid of being vulnerable. I was raised in a home where showing sadness, vulnerability, and “weak” emotions to be unacceptable. We all communicated with anger and hostility and trying to be strong.
I’m closing this thread now.
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